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Saturday 19 August 2017

Rob Prugue's plea for marriage equality

One of Australia's most senior investment bankers has been spending his lunch breaks this week handing out flyers. Here he explains why.

VicSuper chair Christine Stewart on listening and leading

Recently installed VicSuper chair Christine Stewart is an advocate for ongoing trustee education and consensus decision-making.

Active managers poised for a comeback

The debate about making the superannuation system more efficient must acknowledge the value active management can add, Maria Wilton writes.

Under the hood of UniSuper’s new ESG shares option

Local names Mirvac and GPT Group will sit alongside the likes of Tesla in UniSuper’s new Global Environmental Opportunities option.

Super funds can lead the way on climate risk disclosure

A lawsuit against CBA highlights why investors must demand the companies they invest in disclose climate risks, Pauline Vamos writes.

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