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|Just a week on from the exit of its chief executive, EISS Super has also now bid farewell to its chair and several directors. Fund chair Warren Mundy has departed the fund, alongside directors Mike Roche, Juliet Dunworth and Thomas Costa. Roche had ...|
|The Federal Court has ruled in favour of eight high school students, finding that the Federal Environment Minister has a duty of care not to cause them harm from climate change. The case was brought by Equity Generation Lawyers principal David Barnden. ...|
|Superannuation funds will be cautious in approaching the budget's $10 billion extra infrastructure spend promise, says Frontier Advisors. Last night, federal Treasurer Josh Frydenberg said it will increase the infrastructure investment pipeline ...|
|Listed impact investment vehicle Hearts and Minds Investments has returned more than 26% on a 12-month basis, while also donating $4.1 million to medical research. Yet, the fund has faced major roadblocks when it comes to receiving a rating. The investment ...|
|The global manager's Australian business has launched a private equity fund for sophisticated investors, with a private debt fund launch chalked in for the second half of the year. The Schroders Specialist Private Equity Fund (SSPEF) is an Australian-domiciled ...|
|... Insurtech Australia as a member of the leadership team and advisory committee in April 2017. She was most recently Stone & Chalk head of corporate partnerships and insurtech lead, and prior to that worked at the Layne Beachley Foundation and Bauer Media. ...|
|... take action and ultimately be better off," Sharrott said. Both Moneytree and Roll-it Super are part of fintech hub Stone & Chalk. Stone & Chalk chief executive Alex Scandurra said industries in the future will see more organisations partnering with start-ups ...|
|... will now sit on the board of a fintech innovation board after a raft of board changes were announced yesterday. Stone & Chalk has revamped its board, appointing seven new directors as it moves from a "start-up" to a "scale up" model itself. Former IAG ...|
|... growth is roughly in line with client number growth of 10% month on month. It is based out of fintech incubator Stone & Chalk in Sydney, which earlier this week, announced plans to share resources between its Melbourne and Sydney hubs.|
|Fintech incubator Stone and Chalk has launched a national program designed to encourage cooperation between innovators based in its Sydney and Melbourne hubs. The new national program will close down operational silos and increase access to investors ...|
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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