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|... director, reporting to Tony Markets, who heads Citi's baking, capital markets and advisory functions. Cartel has worked on Santos' $17.9 billion successful defence of the EIG/Harbour Energy approach, Unibail-Rodamco's US$25 billion takeover of Westfield ...|
|... "stand out from the crowd" in terms of minimising, or maximising, their exposure to these companies. Woodside Petrolium, Santos, Origin Energy, South32, APA Group, AGL Energy, Oil Search, Aurizon Holdings, Caltex Australia, Worley, Seven Group, Beach ...|
|... Australian share holdings are in companies actively undermining the climate goals of the Paris agreement, including Woodside, Santos and APA". "UniSuper is responsible for the retirement savings of Australia's leading scientists, academics and researchers ...|
|... cohort of fund managers were aided by a rally in previously out-of-favour industries. These include oil producers such as Santos and Beach Energy, as well as building materials company BlueScope Steel. He exemplifies growth funds ECP Asset Management ...|
|... 8% of the fund's exposures were in fossil fuels. The fund has holdings in Woodside Petroleum, Rio Tinto, BHP, South32, Santos, Origin Energy and Macquarie Bank among others. During the year to June end, it added TC Energy and APA Group to its holdings. ...|
|... first announced its divestment strategy in 2013. The divestment saw them sell down $16 million of their shareholdings in Santos, Oil Search, Iluka Resources, Sandfire, Sirius, Newcrest and Independence Group. And the divestment was well timed as several ...|
|... (Cleanaway bid, +38%) and Aconex (IT, +92%). At the larger end, the merger between Tabcorp and Tatts Group was concluded and Santos received a takeover bid from Harbour Energy (latter is top ASX 50). The Small Cap Accumulation Index was the standout ...|
|... university reinvested a portion of its $320 million investment fund in mining companies including Newcrest ($3.35 million), and Santos ($621,653). The university said it will continue to evaluate its investment portfolio for carbon intensity and socially ...|
|AIA Australia has appointed six members to its distribution team to boost its support resources to advisers. Bruno Santos, Josh Lawrence, Simon Bennett, Reon Botha, Johnny Ng and Deborah Clayton-Ford will be in charge of assisting advisers to grow their ...|
|... cents to $32.30, while Westpac was up three cents at $34.66 and National Australia Bank had gained four cents to $34.66. Santos was down 9.5 cents at $7.625 after reporting a 19 per cent slide in quarterly revenue due to lower oil prices.|
IOOF has appointed ClearView's chief risk officer to a newly created role, with ClearView nabbing the former chief of risk for Commonwealth Bank's wealth management arm.
Verve Super has launched a gender diversity index and will subsequently change how it allocates members' funds based on how Australian companies perform against the index.
Plenary has bolstered its funds management business, nabbing seven professionals who all worked on one AMP Capital fund.
The corporate regulator is fighting tooth and nail to make National Australia Bank pay a hefty penalty for charging customers fees in return for no service.
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