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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
Rest has appointed a new general manager of superannuation and retirement solutions, hiring from NGS Super.
The US is betting that a combination of the stimulus package and COVID-19 vaccinations will lead to full economic recovery by the end of the year, according to a leading economist.
Challenger's multi-boutique business has partnered with a Japanese asset management giant in a two-way relationship.
ASIC has hit financial advisers with the news that levies will increase by the equivalent of 160% over two years, with industry bodies outraged.
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