Women-led super funds outperform againBY ALEX DUNNIN | THURSDAY, 8 MAR 2018 11:26AM
Superannuation funds with significant levels of female leadership again outperformed funds dominated by men, and have increased their likelihood of doing so, Rainmaker research reveals.
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