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|... with three key themes emerging following its engagement with corporates: gender equality, reduced inequalities and climate action. "Gender equality and broader inequalities such as modern slavery, inadequate workplace safety and lack of indigenous reconciliation ...|
|... zero, UniSuper's new climate policy fails to live up to the fund's own promise of industry leadership on climate action." The fund will also assess material medium and long term investments against a shadow carbon price, but Market Forces pointed ...|
|The $52 billion industry super fund has called on the Australian government to encourage institutional investors to take a greater role in a green recovery from the economic crisis. It comes just a month after it announced it would reduce absolute carbon ...|
|... had helped boost client numbers. "The bushfires really resonated with people; [they realised] they needed to take climate action and that they could make their money matter by doing that," he said. "It's really the rise of a conscious consumer; people ...|
|... offering. "We have an ongoing contract with Mercer and we will continue to use this relationship to encourage stronger climate action and transparency across the Marsh & McLennan group," Australian Ethical head of ethics research Stuart Palmer said. ...|
|... said it's time for the financial services industry to step up. "The report shows that Australians concern for climate action has reached a tipping point and they're now focusing on solutions such as responsible investing," she said. "We hope ...|
|... clear statement of UNSW's responsible investment intent and the continuation of our long and impressive journey on climate action." Jacobs said that UNSW's research, education, infrastructure, and now investment choices, honour its commitment to serve ...|
|... "And with trillions invested in superannuation in Australia on their behalf, the potential here for transformative climate action is enormous." Stuart Palmer, head of ethics research at Australian Ethical said people who invest ethically are investing ...|
|... "The last six months have seen an unprecedented wave of public climate demonstrations with people's concern for climate action reaching a tipping point and focusing firmly on solutions," Gibbs said. "As a result, we're seeing that more Australians want ...|
|... temperature highs in 2019. The sobering report released by the World Economic Forum found that extreme weather events, climate action failure, natural disasters, biodiversity loss and human-made environmental disasters are set to dominate 2020 and the ...|
A former New South Wales Treasury Corp executive has joined the prudential regulator as head of investment risk.
MLC Life has been handed a new group insurance mandate from a retail superannuation provider.
Pinnacle Investment Management has made a $3 million cornerstone investment in OpenInvest.
The Federal Reserve is restricting the investing activities of policymakers and senior staff, including banning them from holding or trading individual stocks and bonds.
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