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|The chair of the Commonwealth Superannuation Corporation has joined the Future Fund's Board of Guardians. Patricia Cross has been appointed to a five-year term, during which time she will draw on her extensive experience in asset and investment management. ...|
|... Climate-related Financial Disclosures which was set up by the Financial Stability Board internationally." CSC chair Patricia Cross also was clear that the fund favours engagement over divestment. "CSC does have a very long record of being actively engaged ...|
|... that Carrigy-Ryan was critical to the founding of CSC and the development of its offerings to members. CSC chair Patricia Cross said that Hill was selected after a long and thorough recruitment process facilitated by an independent global executive search ...|
|... Additionally, Wikramanayake also chairs Macquarie Group's foundation. Macquarie also confirmed the retirement of Patricia Cross from the board of Macquarie Bank, effective after today's annual general meeting. The news comes as Macquarie reported ...|
|... extensive skills and wealth of experience will complement the expertise of the other directors on the board," CSC chair Patricia Cross said. "I thank Lyn for her five years of dedicated service on the CSC board. Lyn made a significant contribution during ...|
|... this week following the term expiry of directors John McCullagh, Michael Vertigan and Peter Feltham. CSC chair Patricia Cross said beginning 1 July 2016, the board's new directors are Garry Hounsell, Sunil Kemppi and Air Vice Marshal Tony Needham. "Their ...|
|... had Michael as part of our firm," said Heath. Joiner will move into the role on 19 July. Board members include Patricia Cross, Paul Heath, Andrew Rothery and Steve Tucker, along with board advisers Terry Campbell and Stephen Fitzgerald.|
|... claiming that Wallis had not tendered his early resignation. But less than 24 hours later that position has changed. Patricia Cross will also follow Wallis out the door tomorrow. In addition to these departures, Malcolm Bates, Paul Mazoudier, and Ian ...|
According to analysis from Openmarkets Group, on average Baby Boomers and Generation X are making money on meme stocks, while Millennials are losing money.
The chief executive of a soon-to-merge industry super fund has announced he will not seek a role within the merged fund.
Life insurer TAL launched three new offerings that aim to address fairness and sustainability of income protection products.
AMP Capital made two key appointments to its real estate team and infrastructure equity business.
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