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|... executive Ian Silk was among those to commend the departure of Rio Tinto boss Jean-Sebastien Jacques following the Juukan Gorge scandal. Rio Tinto announced Jacques would be stepping down on September 11, following a review of the destruction of the ...|
|... Jean-Sebastien Jacques, will step down following pressure from investors and indigenous leaders over the destruction of the Juukan Gorge in May. Rio Tinto said the decision was made following the board review of the company's cultural heritage management ...|
|... energy companies and how they engage with Indigenous communities and heritage sites after the destruction of the Juukan Gorge Caves by Rio Tinto. HESTA released a statement on working with Indigenous communities and has written to 14 Australian mining ...|
|The release of a review into the destruction of sacred sites at Juukan Gorge by Rio Tinto has resulted in calls for the chief executive to be sacked. The Australasian Centre for Corporate Responsibility (ACCR) said it was "appalled" at the internal ...|
|... events from occurring in future. That engagement was on the back of the destruction of Indigenous sacred sites at Juukan Gorge by the mining company. But OM Holdings has its own history of destroying sacred sites to make way for mines in incidents that ...|
|... informed through engagement with Indigenous leaders, traditional owners and subject matter experts, with a focus on the Juukan Gorge events. Major industry super funds First State Super and UniSuper both told Financial Standard they keenly await the ...|
|... responsible for $167 billion in retirement savings, has no plans to sell down its stake in Rio Tinto despite the Juukan Gorge controversy. AustralianSuper has a $1.047 billion stake in Rio Tinto. About $910 million of that is from the fund's accumulation ...|
|... of a major industry superannuation fund following its destruction of 46,000 year old Indigenous heritage sites at Juukan Gorge last month. First State Super has dropped Rio Tinto from the diversified socially responsible investment (SRI) and single sector ...|
|... its major competitor, Rio Tinto, which recently had to apologise for destroying a 46,000 year old Indigenous site, Juukan Gorge. Late last month, Rio Tinto Iron Ore chief executive Chris Salisbury said the firm was "sorry for the distress we have caused". ...|
BNP Paribas Asset Management's investments chief for the Asia Pacific has retired after more than three decades of service.
J.P. Morgan has begun moving its Australian customers over to its global accounting system, which will give local clients access to additional services.
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.
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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