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|... change, it is critical we scale up low-carbon and renewable opportunities," said Aware Super chief investment officer Damian Graham. "While we've been investing in these sectors for some time, it's increasingly a challenge to do so in the Australian ...|
|... Northmead, Miranda (NSW); Moonee Ponds (Victoria) and Claremont (Western Australia). Aware Super chief investment officer Damian Graham said the Liverpool development would also support jobs through critical retail and commercial services. "Through investments ...|
|... Aware Super's commitment to invest at least $150 million per year in renewable energy and new technologies, said Damian Graham, Aware Super chief investment officer. The projects are in the US, but Aware hopes to "use the learnings from these innovative ...|
|... step for all investors, but it means little without tangible targets and action to help us achieve this goal," said Damian Graham, Aware Super chief investment officer. "The creation of our Aware Super carbon constrained benchmarks is one way we are ...|
|First State Super has appointed Damian Graham as chief investment officer. Graham was named First State Super's acting CIO in August, after Richard Brandweiner announced he would step down as CIO to take a role as director at global impact investment ...|
|... that will deliver on this objective on a global scale whilst generating strong investment returns for our members.' Damian Graham will be appointed as First State Super's acting CIO. Graham has been head of StatePlus since 2012. StatePlus is a leading ...|
Assessing the ESG characteristics of mortgage and other asset-backed securities (ABS) are an "essential component" of investing in securitised markets, according to Morgan Stanley Investment Management (MSIM).
Australian CEOs face calls for more ESG reporting and transparency, but admit they struggle to "articulate a compelling ESG story," according to research from KPMG.
Climate-related business and investment decisions are shifting from risk to capturing new opportunities, according to former APRA executive board member Geoff Summerhayes.
A former Statewide Super product and distribution manager and a financial adviser have launched an ethical multi-asset fund for retail, wholesale and institutional investors.
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