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ESG

Avoid the greenwashing bubble

Greenwashing is apparent when an organisation spends more time marketing themselves as environmentally sound, rather than actually minimising their environmental footprint, Regnan's Tim Crockford outlines.
Equities

US tech giants soar on strong fundamentals, not investor fear

When quizzed on whether investors should be worried about companies such as Amazon and Netflix being rewarded for traction and growing their user base while maintaining relatively small profit margins and cash flow, Jennison Associates's Baribeau replied he “wouldn’t be concerned about it at all.”
Industry View

AIST’s agenda 2015/16

Tom Garcia, chief executive of AIST talked to David Rowley, editor of Investment Magazine about tax, policy, education, campaigning and events. How is tax reform going to impact super? We are going to use the government’s tax white paper to think deeply about what ideas and solutions we can put forward, that delivers greater fairness, adequacy and sustainability. That means we are going to have […]