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|... Mercy Super, Legalsuper, ESSSuper and LGIAsuper have all withdrawn allocations to the AMP Capital Ethical Leaders Balanced Fund. A total of 2854 Australian investors and 321 financial advisers were surveyed as part of this research. The survey found ...|
|Another super fund has axed AMP Capital Ethical Leaders Balanced Fund as the sole manager of its socially responsible option, citing liquidity concerns and negative press. Mercy Super has made the decision to drop AMP Capital Ethical Leaders as the ...|
|... said. In the last 12 months, AMP Capital has lost several significant super fund mandates in its Ethical Leaders Balanced Fund including ESS Super , QSuper and a $40 million mandate with Legalsuper . As for Pendal and Perpetual, Kennaway said both were ...|
|... invested in Pendal Group's Sustainable Balanced Fund. The option was invested in the AMP Capital Ethical Leaders Balanced Fund but was transferred during the week of January 11. "Our SR Balanced option was invested in AMP Capital's Ethical Leaders ...|
|... option. ESSSuper, the $30 billion government fund for the emergency services, terminated AMP Capital Ethical Leaders Balanced Fund as the sole manager of its "Ethically Minded" investment option. The move was effective from 15 September 2020 and a new ...|
|Another superannuation fund has pulled its mandate with AMP Capital's Ethical Leaders Balanced Fund, appointing another investment manager to its Balanced Socially responsible option. Legalsuper has terminated AMP Capital as investment manager of ...|
|... endeavours." Le Mesurier oversaw some of AMP Capital's diversified multi-asset funds including Ethical Leaders Balanced Fund and has been instrumental in integrating ESG philosophy across AMP Capital's asset classes. In her place, Darren Beesley ...|
|AMP has taken the AMP Capital Ethical Leaders Balanced fund off its investment menus for superannuation members. AMP super members in CustomSuper, Flexible Lifetime, AMP Flexible Super, SignatureSuper, SignatureSuper Select, SuperLeader and the Woolworths ...|
BlackRock has advanced its expansion into China, obtaining a licence from the local regulator to operate in wealth management via a joint venture.
ASIC has banned the managing director of Theta Asset Management for four years from the financial services industry.
An Order of Australia recipient has been named the new chair of the Australian Financial Complaints Authority, replacing Helen Coonan.
Plenary Group has poached a four-person team from John Holland as it looks to bolster its integrated property capabilities.
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