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|... decarbonising the NZ Super Fund represents a significant maturation of our existing climate strategy," Guardians of NZ Superannuation chief executive Matt Whineray said.|
|... decarbonising the NZ Super Fund represents a significant maturation of our existing climate strategy," Guardians of NZ Superannuation chief executive Matt Whineray said. "To date, the NZ Super Fund's climate change strategy has been based on an investment ...|
|... economic growth and one of the lowest levels of public debt in the world, he added. Chair of the Guardians of NZ Superannuation Catherine Drayton said: "The 'Cullen Fund' as it was initially nicknamed has now grown to be worth $58 billion and is projected ...|
|The Guardians of NZ Superannuation promoted a senior investment strategist to head of asset allocation. Charles Hyde joined the Guardians in 2015 and has since chaired a risk budgeting team and been involved in the 2020 review of the reference portfolio ...|
|... investment opportunities for long-term investors that we intend to capture." The fund's manager, the Guardians of NZ Superannuation, will incorporate climate change considerations into investment analyses and decisions, for example into valuation models ...|
|... equities managers considering the fund's significant allocation to the local share market. The Guardians of NZ Superannuation, the entity that manages the NZ$29.5 billion fund, said its current allocation to NZ equities accounts for about 2% of total ...|
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ASX-listed real estate fund manager Cromwell Property Group has appointed an industry veteran to the head of retail funds management position.
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Credit Suisse's chair has resigned less than a year into the role amid reports he breached several COVID-19 quarantine rules.
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The Federal Court has imposed combined penalties of $4 million on Statewide Super for providing members with misleading information regarding their insurance and failing to report the issue to ASIC in the time required.
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Barclays has appointed two new managing directors of investment banking in Australia.
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