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|Women need to take stock and focus on rebuilding their super after disproportionately withdrawing their retirement funds in comparison to men, according to AMP. AMP said over 80,000 of its women members accessed their superannuation savings, through ...|
|Government retirement modelling does not consider the interrupted careers of women, according to research by Industry Super Australia (ISA). The research, which analysed two decades of Household, Income and Labour Dynamics in Australia (HILDA) Survey ...|
|... roles, according to new research. The latest analysis by the Australian Council of Superannuation Investors (ACSI) showed women now occupy more than 35% of board seats in the ASX50 but there are only 10 female chief executives in the ASX200. There are ...|
|According to recent data from the Workplace Gender Equality Agency, women hold 14.6% of chair positions, 28.1% of directorships and represent 18.3% of chief executives and 32.5% of key management personnel. Perhaps most concerning of all, only 0.4% ...|
|... productivity the hardest, taking a significant toll on their mental health compared to men, new research shows. Two in three women tended to suffer from mental health issues compared to half of men, according to SuperFriend's latest wellness at work ...|
|Ahead of International Women's Day on Monday, Aberdeen Standard Investments is calling for reform to parental leave policies to increase women's participation in the work force, saying increased paternity leave means more women in work. A research paper ...|
|... creators of the campaign that made her an icon. We launched the Fearless Girl campaign in 2017 to help expand the number of women on corporate boards," a spokesperson for State Street in Asia Pacific said. "Given the time, energy and resources we have ...|
|... independent schools in Victoria and 75% of its members are female. Similarly, more than two-thirds of Aware's members are women. Aware Super chief executive Deanne Stewart said she is delighted with the possibility of a merger. "We see such a strong ...|
|... held various leadership positions during her 24-year career at Deloitte and is also currently a member of Chief Executive Women (CEW). Pietschner said O'Brien is a recognised leader in the industry and brings a wealth of experience that drives customer ...|
|New data from the Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA) has revealed that while the pay gap has decreased from 0.6%, women are still significantly underrepresented in leadership. WGEA reported that the national gender pay gap has dropped to 13.4% ...|
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HSBC Asset Management is launching a single business unit dedicated to alternatives with $69 billion in assets, to be led by its current global chief investment officer.
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Aware Super is targeting the independent financial adviser market, bringing in a former long-serving BT Financial Group staffer who will take charge of advice relationships.
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Charter Hall Group has appointed a group head of ESG as it continues to build out its sustainability team and ESG offering.
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Australian private equity and venture capital firms' assets reached a record high of $18.4 billion (US$14bn), according to new research.
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