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A ‘love affair’ with sustainable investing

Rachel Halpern has gone from corporate cop to an adviser to some of the largest super funds in the country, and brings a “forensic approach” to the risks of Australia’s sustainability boom. “The direction that investors are going in is systems level thinking,” says Rachel Halpern, JANA’s newly appointed head of sustainability. “Methods to ensure…

Lachlan Maddock | 13th Aug 2021 | More
Pinnacle’s roadmap for expansion and succession

ASX-listed Pinnacle Investment Management reported early in the season, on August 4, as those delivering good news tend to do. For shareholders, the news was very good. For the industry, the implications are even better. Over the next few days, shares in Australia’s largest multi-affiliate manager, which oversees the growth and development of 16 affiliated…

Greg Bright | 13th Aug 2021 | More
  • Nicole Kennedy’s super lesson in career development

    When Nicole Kennedy left school in 2003, she decided to delay studying psychology or sociology at university for a time and got a job instead. Her version of a gap year turned into a career in super. She finds herself, 18 years later, almost five years into the role of head of operational delivery at…

    Greg Bright | 6th Aug 2021 | More
    Mirae deploys for Aussie attack

    Fresh from its sale of a 51 per cent stake in ETF provider BetaShares, Korean asset manager Mirae is preparing for an all-out assault on every segment of the Australian market. The analogy that Kristian Walesby, the new local chief executive of Korea-based Mirae Asset Global Investment, employs for its Australia expansion is that of…

    Lachlan Maddock | 16th Jul 2021 | More