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|... 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 the Rest case with him. The case concerns two fiduciary duties ...|
|... as to whether Rest directors were complying with their legal obligations. McVeigh, backed by Environmental Justice Australia, has now updated the claim to allege Rest has failed to act in his best interests by not properly considering the risks climate ...|
|... when selecting investments in 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 ...|
|... its annual reports have withdrawn the claim. Legal correspondence between social justice group Environmental Justice Australia and CBA over an eight month period climaxed with EJA filing proceedings in the Federal Court against the bank on 8 August. ...|
Sargon Capital's liquidators are looking for extra funding to dig deeper into the company's transactions, potential claims and the possibility of a dividend payment to creditors.
iShares today listed two exchange traded funds on the ASX that invest in Australian corporate bonds.
A survey of 110 pension funds, endowments, foundations, sovereign wealth funds and insurance companies worldwide has revealed the new priority position ESG is taking in asset allocation.
Investec has established a postgraduate research scholarship with the University of Sydney Business School; in a move that it says will benefit the future finance workforce in Australia.
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