Super funds file Modern Slavery StatementsBY RACHEL ALEMBAKIS | THURSDAY, 8 JUL 2021 7:11PM
More than 30 super funds have lodged Modern Slavery Statements in accordance with federal law, according to research from Rainmaker Information.Read more: Modern Slavery Statements, Rainmaker Information, Alex Dunnin, Ausbil, BT Super, CBUS, Commonwealth Super Corporation, HostPlus, Mans Carlsson, Modern Slavery Act, Responsible Investment Association Australasia
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