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|Asset managers are prioritising governance and active engagement above other ethical investing matters, a new study shows. Russell Investments' annual ESG manager survey found that among the majority (80%) of the global 369 asset managers it surveyed ...|
|The majority of Australians continue to control their finances rather than seek the help of a professional adviser, new research suggests. The survey of 2005 respondents canvassed by the Financial Planning Association of Australia's annual Money & Life ...|
|Amid the uncertainties of COVID-19, Australians are far more confident about their retirement than global counterparts, a new study shows. Most retired Australians said that they would have retired at the same age even if they had known about the events ...|
|Almost one third of Australians don't know what income protection covers and could potentially lose out from the significant life insurance reforms that are just days away. This is according to a survey from comparison website Finder, which canvassed ...|
|An overwhelming number of financial advisers are recommending exchange-traded funds to clients in place of active management strategies, according to a VanEck survey. After canvassing 547 financial advisers, VanEck's 2021 Australian Smart Beta Survey ...|
|While nearly 60% of young Australians engage with their superannuation fund, many are increasingly shopping around for other providers. This is according to a survey by Stake and Next Gen Investor Research, which canvassed more than 1000 investors. ...|
|A new study finds that the coronavirus pandemic has raised awareness about the importance of financial advice and prompted more Australians to engage with their adviser. A study by ASX-listed firm ClearView shows that demand for financial advice is ...|
|Australians hope that their diversified portfolios will continue to achieve double-digit returns as the pandemic shifts the economy to recovery phase, a new survey finds. Aussie participants in the 2021 Natixis global survey said COVID-19 has not dampened ...|
|Research that is aiming to determine how formalising educational and ethics requirements impact the moral development of financial advisers is calling for participants. The Western Sydney University is canvassing financial advisers to take part in research ...|
|As more young workers turn to mum and dad, and social media for financial advice, a new survey finds that the educational system is failing to provide practical financial literacy skills for students as they navigate the workforce. The financial education ...|
Pendal Group has appointed a new chair in Deborah Page.
The US $3.5 trillion asset manager State Street Global Advisors has released its annual proxy letter to portfolio companies, putting ASX-listed companies on notice.
Former politician John Brogden has taken on a new role with Colonial First State.
As the federal government released its draft plan to end violence against women and children, the superannuation industry is calling for action on financial abuse and control.
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