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Super funds bow to divestment pressureBY ELIZABETH MCARTHUR | THURSDAY, 4 FEB 2021 12:26PM
A new report has revealed the number of companies Australia's largest super funds have rapidly divested amid pressure to invest with climate change in mind.
Read more: Market Forces, BHP, Hostplus, Woodside Petroleum, Santos, Sunsuper, UniSuper, Washington H Soul Pattinson, Whitehaven Coal, QSuper, AustralianSuper, Aware Super, Cbus, Commonwealth Super Corporation, HESTA, New Hope Group
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BlackRock has advanced its expansion into China, obtaining a licence from the local regulator to operate in wealth management via a joint venture.
ASIC has banned the managing director of Theta Asset Management for four years from the financial services industry.
An Order of Australia recipient has been named the new chair of the Australian Financial Complaints Authority, replacing Helen Coonan.
Plenary Group has poached a four-person team from John Holland as it looks to bolster its integrated property capabilities.
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