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|... doing enough to manage climate change risk. McVeigh is being represented by Equity Generations Lawyers principal David Barnden . Barnden has two other cases related to climate change on foot. O'Donnell v Commonwealth and Ors is a potential class ...|
|... exchange traded bonds. Kathleen (Katta) O'Donnell is being represented by Equity Generation Lawyers principal David Barnden, who is also taking registrations of interest from bond holders for a possible class action on the back of O'Donnell's ...|
|... to result in settlement. The case, in which McVeigh is represented by Equity Generations Lawyers principal lawyer David Barnden, could set a precedent for super funds. The case will question what trustee duties apply when it comes to climate change. ...|
|... November 24, Rest and McVeigh were given a process for handing over discovery documents, expert reports and reply. David Barnden, principal and director of Equity Generation Lawyers who is representing McVeigh, told Financial Standard the onus is on ...|
|... change into account with their investments," he says. Through Market Forces, McVeigh got in touch with a lawyer - David Barnden. At the time, Barnden worked at Environmental Justice Australia, he has since established an independent firm and has taken ...|
|... climate change risks are "foreseeable, material and actionable now." Environmental Justice Australia principal lawyer David Barnden said: "Like superannuation funds in Australia, pension funds and sovereign wealth funds across the world must act with ...|
|... their portfolios and when exercising voting rights." Despite this, Environmental Justice Australia principal lawyer David Barnden said Rest has long-term investments in property and infrastructure and public companies exposed to climate risks. This Federal ...|
|... remarkably slow - the threat of climate change has been evident for decades," Abrahams said. The shareholder's lawyer, David Barnden, acknowledged the importance of CBA's change of heart, describing the bank as a long-time laggard on informing shareholders ...|
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BNP Paribas Asset Management's investments chief for the Asia Pacific has retired after more than three decades of service.
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J.P. Morgan has begun moving its Australian customers over to its global accounting system, which will give local clients access to additional services.
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The masterfunds sector lost $38.4 billion over the 2019-20 financial year but has almost recovered the losses instigated by the global pandemic, the latest Plan For Life data show.
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A boutique manager has launched its Bermuda-based fund to the Australian market, with underlying assets in US life insurance policies.
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