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CEO pay disparity seen as unethical: Governance Institute

RACHEL ALEMBAKIS  |  THURSDAY, 18 NOV 2021  |  NEWS
Australians' perception of the country's ethical performance fallen in the past year, with concerns about how to balance personal liberty with ongoing pandemic management, increasing domestic manufacturing to reduce reliance on overseas supply chains ...

More companies reporting on SDGs, but climate clarity needed

RACHEL ALEMBAKIS  |  THURSDAY, 19 AUG 2021  |  NEWS
Australia's largest companies are increasing their reporting on the Sustainable Development Goals by Australia's top 150 companies, but disclosure on climate action lack clarity, according to new research from RMIT University. The research study from ...

Opinion: The housing burden is large enough to be shared by many parties

SCOTT LANGFORD  |  FRIDAY, 23 JUL 2021  |  NEWS
Ed. note: FS Sustainability is pleased to present this opinion piece from Scott Langford, CEO, St George Community Housing. The opinions expressed reflect his views only. The recent completion of 11 Gibbons Street, Redfern was a landmark day. This is ...

ASX companies face heightened stakeholder scrutiny

RACHEL ALEMBAKIS  |  THURSDAY, 27 MAY 2021  |  NEWS
Australian companies will face heightened scrutiny from stakeholders and are still managing the impacts of the Hayne Royal Commission on best practice in corporate governance, according to new research. EquitiesFirst, an asset-backed lending firm, in ...

Unite the league: investors join climate coalition

RACHEL ALEMBAKIS  |  MONDAY, 17 MAY 2021  |  NEWS
Four new financial institutions have joined Climate League 2030, an initiative seeking further Australian emissions reductions of at least 230 million tonnes a year by the end of the decade. ISPT, Teachers Mutual Bank, TelstraSuper and U Ethical have ...

NZ climate disclosure legislation to affect Australian entities

RACHEL ALEMBAKIS  |  THURSDAY, 15 APR 2021  |  NEWS
The New Zealand government has introduced world-first legislation that will require listed companies, banks, insurers and fund managers to make public climate risk-related disclosures. The legislation will affect not just New Zealand-domiciled entities ...

Green bond boom, but investors look to value proposition

RACHEL ALEMBAKIS  |  WEDNESDAY, 31 MAR 2021  |  NEWS
The global sustainability-linked bond market has seen dramatic growth in 2020, and investors are evaluating whether the sustainability and value propositions align. JP Morgan Asset Management research found that sustainable fixed income globally saw ...

C-suite executives cite climate as top risk to growth: EY

RACHEL ALEMBAKIS  |  THURSDAY, 4 MAR 2021  |  NEWS
Australia's C-suite executives worry more about climate change as the top risk to growth, beating out COVID-19, according to EY. That puts Australian executives in a unique position over other global executives, which still view the pandemic as ...

Assessing climate research as part of fund manager performance

RACHEL ALEMBAKIS  |  THURSDAY, 3 DEC 2020  |  NEWS
A number of fund managers have weighed in on the systemic risks of climate change and their impacts on portfolios, communities and economies. These reports are read with keen interest by many, with asset consultants seeking to analyse that the conclusions ...

Companies expect increase in sales linked to sustainability: HSBC

RACHEL ALEMBAKIS  |  THURSDAY, 3 DEC 2020  |  NEWS
Companies in Australia expect an increase in sales as a direct result of efforts to incorporate sustainability in their business, according to a survey from HSBC. According to HSBC's Navigator survey, 84% of Australian companies expect sales growth ...
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