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|... has decided to close its 19-year old sustainable share fund, after its portfolio managers Genevieve Murray and Emily Woodland announced their resignations in August. In a notice sent to investors on Friday, AMP Capital attributed the closure to the fund's ...|
|... investment officer David Allen, head of Australian equities Genevieve Murray, head of sustainable equities investments Emily Woodland. AMP New Zealand's managing director and chief economist Bevan Graham and head of clients Greg McMaster have also tendered ...|
|... equities David Allen, head of Australian equities Genevieve Murray, head of sustainable investments for equities Emily Woodland, chair John Fraser and group chair David Murray. It comes at the same time as AMP Capital's chief Boe Pahari stepped back ...|
|... George. Megan Ford has served in an acting capacity from March 2020. Head of sustainable investments for equities Emily Woodland will leave after being promoted to the position early this year. She joined AMP Capital based in Hong Kong as co-head of ...|
|... must be overcome for impact investing to realise its future potential." AMP Capital head of sustainable investment Emily Woodland said the report highlights the impact investment market's potential for further growth. "Benchmarking Impact is an important ...|
|... global search for a co-head to work alongside Ian Woods. There's also been an internal promotion. From November 12, Emily Woodland joins AMP Capital as co-head of sustainable investment. She will be based in Hong Kong and has more than 18 years of investment ...|
In a study of 3.8 million analyst forecasts in 45 countries between 1994 and 2019 it has been found that US analysts fail to outperform on average.
Despite the tumultuous market conditions brought about this year, Longlead Capital Partners believes Pan-Asia equities are set to deliver a strong performance in 2021.
A non-executive director of the platform provider has been forced to step down following an administrative error, while the former Powerwrap chair has been appointed to the board.
An industry fund has awarded $170 million to an emerging markets strategy from Pinnacle's latest boutique partner.
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