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Top bankers get together for pro bono ventureBY LAURA MILLAN | WEDNESDAY, 3 JUN 2015 12:05PM
Some of Australia's top investment bankers will offer their skills and advice on mergers and acquisitions for the Adara Group, which will use the profits to help improve the lives of women and children in poverty in the developing world.Read more: Australia, Adara Group, Adara Panel, Adara Partners, Coca-Cola Amatil, Suncorp, UBS Australia, Family Office, Investment, Audette Exel, David Gonski, Allens partner Diccon Loxton, Barry Carp, Catherine Brenner, Deustche Bank chairman, FS Private Wealth, Greenhill chairman, Ilana Atlas, Liberman family, Matthew Grounds, New Zealand Steven Skala, Paul Bassat, Peter Cooper, Peter Hunt, Peter Mason, Suzi, Tracey Ryan, UBS Australia chairman Guy Fowler, Werdiger family
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New research from the Australia Institute and Quit Nukes shows most major Australian superannuation funds still have holdings in nuclear weapons.
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Australian Ethical has acquired a stake in the newly launched Sentient Impact Group, a boutique chaired by former NAB chief Andrew Thorburn.
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The integration of IOOF's legacy superannuation and investments platform has now finalised.
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The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission will not oppose the acquisition of Sydney Airport by a consortium comprising IFM Investors, AustralianSuper and others.
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