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|... it's not money that's exposed to the risk of something like building new solar and wind farms directly." Rosemary Addis is trustee of the global steering group on impact investing and is senior advisor to the United Nations Development Programme's ...|
|... deliver large-scale solutions to pressing social and environmental challenges. Australian Advisory Board chair Rosemary Addis said: "Since we launched the Australian Advisory Board on Impact Investing's strategy to catalyse impact investing in and from ...|
|... market has made significant leaps in increased awareness, interest and activity," Australian Advisory Board chair Rosemary Addis said. Addis will remain as chair of the board, while Australian National Preventive Health Agency chief executive Louise ...|
|... co-author of the report and chair of Impact Investing Australia and the Australian Advisory Board on Impact Investing, Rosemary Addis said. "This provides a concrete baseline for the robust data that is needed to encourage those who remain on the side ...|
|... operating officer and, most recently, acting chief executive. Impact Investing Australia chair and co-founder Rosemary Addis said: "Daniel has an impressive record as a leader in the financial services industry, coupled with a strong understanding of ...|
|... impact investment opportunities. Australia's representative on the Taskforce, Impact Investion Australia chair Rosemary Addis, said: "Australia is at the vanguard of efforts to catalyse a global market for investments that have the potential to create ...|
Australia's superannuation sector is fighting a war on three different fronts, as the economic fallout of COVID-19 continues to bite.
Significant hikes in group insurance premiums have been put down to the Protecting Your Super reforms - with members of four superannuation funds facing premium increases of 34%.
APRA has asked superannuation funds to submit their in-house modelling on the magnitude of impact they are expecting from the Federal Government's special allowance for early release from superannuation.
Zenith Investment Partners wants to reverse out of its planned $12 million purchase of Chant West's superannuation business, saying the latter has been materially affected since February, but Chant West is digging its heels in.
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