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|HESTA chair Angela Emslie is now a board member of the United Nations-backed Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI) after election results were released recently. Emslie has been appointed in one of two asset owner board positions, receiving 76 ...|
|... active in the environmental, social and governance sector, with the fund recently divesting from Transfield and chair Angela Emslie looking to join the board of UN-backed Principles for Responsible Investment.|
|... among the PRI's top 20 most recent signatories. Meanwhile, voting has also started to potentially elect HESTA chair Angela Emslie to the board of the Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI). Emslie is seeking an asset owner position on the PRI board ...|
|... facets of the organisation, gives us the confidence that the CEO transition process will be smooth," HESTA chair Angela Emslie said. "Debby has a strong background in superannuation and has demonstrated an engaging and consultative leadership style ...|
|... HESTA Board to the Board of Utilities Trust of Australia (UTA) for a 3 year term from 1 March 2015. HESTA Chair, Angela Emslie, praised Corboy's contribution: "Anne-Marie's exceptional leadership of HESTA over the past 16 years has created an organisation ...|
|... current chair of HESTA will become the new president of the Australian Institute of Superannuation Trustees (AIST). Angela Emslie, who is also a director of Frontier Advisors, has been a director of AIST since 2007. She replaces Cate Wood, who has served ...|
|... Association; and Tim Lyons, Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU), assistant secretary. The fund's new chair is Angela Emslie - a HESTA board member since 1994 - and the deputy chair is Ged Kearney, ANF Federal Secretary. "With the new appointees ...|
|... trustee director and member of the investment committee for the NSW Local Government Superannuation Scheme (NSW). Angela Emslie, an employer representative for the Victorian Employers Chamber of Commerce and Industry on the boards of Vision Super, HESTA ...|
The $12 billion industry fund is upping insurance premiums from November.
A former Goldman Sachs executive will join Ord Minnett as head of equities in December.
In a win for financial advisers, the Design and Distribution Obligations (DDO) regime will scrap the nil-reporting rule.
ME Bank has appeared in Federal Court, facing criminal charges for allegedly making false and misleading representations in letters to its home loan customers.
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