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|... Agreement's goal of limiting global average temperature increase to 1.5C or well below 2C above pre-industrial levels." Market Forces executive director Julien Vincent told Financial Standard Woodside's results aren't a surprise, but they ...|
|... approach to climate-related risk management at its December 2020 annual members' meeting. The following month, Market Forces put pressure on Hostplus to join a growing list of funds to divest fossil fuels and develop a climate action plan. Hostplus ...|
|... Australia have now announced divestment from some of the worst carbon emitting companies, according to research from Market Forces. The combined assets under management of the super funds that have started to divest from fossil fuels is now $500 billion ...|
|The $50 billion industry super fund Hostplus is the latest fund to be the subject of a campaign from Market Forces, demanding it divest fossil fuels and develop a climate action plan. Activist group Market Forces recently had success lobbying UniSuper ...|
|... super funds who claim to also be targeting net-zero emissions should not be investing in companies like Santos, Market Forces asset management campaigner Will van de Pol told Financial Standard . "Some of the major environmental issues the Narrabri project ...|
|... coal exposure to support diversification plans and if not in place, will expected strategies by 2025. Climate group Market Forces said the updated policy means no major Australian bank or insurer, apart from NAB, is willing to back thermal coal beyond ...|
|... fossil fuels. NAB and ANZ have had shareholder resolutions lodged against them by environmental finance organisation Market Forces to align with the goals of the Paris Agreement. ANZ's exposure to coal mining increased by 27% to $1.4 billion in 2018 ...|
|... detail. While UniSuper acknowledges that more needs to be done, this policy creates more questions than answers," Market Forces asset management campaigner Will van de Pol said. "Without a clear plan to reduce exposure to all fossil fuel production and ...|
|... superannuation funds. "The PC's proposed "best in show" was flawed and is unlikely to be introduced. Instead, market forces will reduce the number of funds and they will all be bigger and much stronger than the funds existing today," Rice Warner ...|
|... engagement and policies in place are adequate to ensure we do not see a repeat of what has occurred at Juukan Gorge." Market Forces asset management campaigner Will van de Pol also condemned Rio Tinto's actions, and said the Juukan Gorge rock shelters ...|
IOOF expects to spend up to $32 million on paying out Buyer of Last Resort arrangements with financial advisers leaving its network, primarily from Bridges Financial Services.
Link Group is now exploring the possibility of listing PEXA despite recently flagging there was strong interest from other parties in buying the property settlement platform.
PIMCO has named a new lead for its Asia Pacific business as part of an executive shuffle announced overnight.
Even before the COVID-19 vaccine arrived in Australia, it was clear we were returning to pre-pandemic normality, and latest stats back this.
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