ASIC reviewing greenwashing in financial productsBY RACHEL ALEMBAKIS | THURSDAY, 15 JUL 2021 5:19PM
ASIC is reviewing whether sustainability labelled super funds and managed fund are as they claim to be, with the aim of establishing how much greenwashing is present in the Australian market.Read more: ASIC, Rainmaker Information, Cathie Armour, Dugald Higgins, Alex Dunnin, Zenith Investment Partners, Nicolette Boele, CFA Institute, Corporations Act, Responsible Investment Association Australasia
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