At the upper end, CEOs of some medium-sized super funds earned pay packets equivalent to $70 per member, according to analysis which considers executive pay on a per member and per assets under management basis.
At least four super funds are contributing to the inaugural Impact Investor Survey which aims to provide critical insights to help grow the opportunities for investments that deliver positive social or environmental impacts in addition to a financial return. Christian Super, First State Super, HESTA and VicSuper, who have all separately shown leadership in this […]
At the suggestion of the CIO of one of the largest superannuation funds in Australia, Investment Magazine organised a roundtable of some of the most prominent thinkers on the subject of social impact investing to share ideas on how more of the $2 trillion invested in superannuation could do some social good. The meeting of […]
Christian Super, a $1 billion fund, insourced its impact investing portfolio because despite searching for a fund manager they couldn’t find one to take what they felt was a compelling investment case. Presenting at the Fiduciary Investors’ Symposium the fund shared its experience of moving insourcing, including cash and domestic fixed income, which were brought […]