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|... manager when it acquired Superpartners in 2015. Birks has also previously held senior roles with HESTA, the International Women's Development Agency, Hostplus, ME Bank and Industry Fund Services. AIST chief executive Eva Scheerlinck said Birks' depth ...|
|At a recent Women in Super lunch, Shemara Wikramanayake spoke about how she managed competing commitments between raising a family and working her way up the corporate ladder at Macquarie Group. Wikramanayake has two children, now teenagers. Her husband ...|
|... future than men, while the number of women investing online has almost doubled in the last five years. On International Women's Day, Investment Trends research that shows about 150,000 women are using online investment tools to build their wealth and ...|
|As this year's International Women's Day campaigns for a gender-balanced world, one underlying factor that is overlooked is empowering women to make choices to live a financially secure and fulfilling life. This is according to Australian Unity Trustees ...|
|... confident the target will be achieved in the next month," she says. It would be a significant milestone ahead of International Women's Day on March 8, and Richardson says the 30% Club will announce new targets and strategies. Richardson adds the club ...|
|Cbus and HESTA, together with Maurice Blackburn, will bring the Fearless Girl statue to Australia in bid to stand for equality and diversity. The 50-inch bronze statue of a little girl standing defiantly in front of Wall Street's famous Charging ...|
|Women in Super (WIS) caps the year with a new video campaign addressing gender inequality in super. Speaking at the member luncheon last week, NSW state chair Lata McNulty gave an update on WIS activities in recent months, including the 'Make Super ...|
|One of Australia's leading philanthropic couples received the top honour at the 2018 Philanthropic Awards. Nicola and Andrew Forrest were recognised as Philanthropy Leaders of the Year at Philanthropy Australia's annual awards night held at ...|
|... for 47% of ASX200 board appointments so far in 2018. This was up from 36% in 2017. In comparison to last International Women's Day, where 14 ASX200 companies were yet to appoint a woman, just five companies remain with all-male boards. AICD chairman ...|
|... the 2.5% increase would make a significant difference come retirement. In a note to its female members on International Women's Day, AustralianSuper said: "Average lower earnings, time out from the workforce, and longer life expectancy, are just some ...|
The director of a 'one-stop-shop' for SMSFs has pleaded guilty to 17 counts of aggravated deception and one count of dishonest dealings with documents.
The multi-asset manager has warned of the effects of climate change on investor's portfolios, urging them to assess a company's "carbon footpath" over eliminating polluters altogether.
Qualitas has launched a new build-to-rent fund, backed by the CEFC, with an environmentally friendly bent.
SMSF Association chief executive John Maroney gave a final address to the association's annual conference, calling for stability and engagement amid industry change.
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