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|... issuance of Mutual Capital Instruments (MCIs). The super fund is making this investment through its Social Impact Investment Trust, managed by impact investment manager Social Ventures Australia. This trust aims to create a pipeline of impact investments ...|
|... super fund has made strides in impact investment in the last five years, launching a $30 million Social Impact Investment Trust in 2015. It has since grown its commitment to $70 million, which it says aims "to catalyse the development of the Australian ...|
|... investors." The $20 million investment is the biggest HESTA has committed out of its $70 million Social Impact Investment Trust, which is managed on its behalf by Social Ventures Australia. SVA manages the SIIT, through which HESTA aims to continue to ...|
|HESTA is committing a further $40 million to its Social Impact Investment Trust (SIIT), which is managed by Social Ventures Australia (SVA). SIIT was launched in 2015 and is aimed at funding investments "that generate both a measurable social impact ...|
|... kick-start by an industry superannuation fund. The investment was made through HESTA's $30 million Social Impact Investment Trust, managed by Social Ventures Australia, and will see the super fund enter into a partnership with Glenview - a not-for-profit ...|
|... members working in health and community services, made the investment through HESTA's $30 million Social Impact Investment Trust. The fund invests in opportunities that deliver both a financial return and a measurable social impact. Managed by Social ...|
|... financial returns and measurable social impact. SVA and HESTA have designed a dedicated fund, the Social Impact Investment Trust, to allow HESTA to make direct and indirect investments in a range of businesses, housing projects and social impact bonds ...|
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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.
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