16 Mar 2017

AMP Capital introduces new ethical framework

AMP Capital is furthering its commitment to responsible investing by introducing a new decision-making framework where, in exceptional circumstances, it may exclude companies or sectors on ethical grounds within its entire investment portfolio.


23 May 2016

AXA Goes Tobacco Free

Excerpt from AXA Press Release: AXA Group divests tobacco industry assets Smoking poses the biggest threat to public health in the world today Role of health insurers is changing: healthcare, in the future, won’t be just about cure, it will be about prevention As a responsible health insurer and investor, the AXA Group has decided


23 Mar 2017

BNZ to exclude nuclear and tobacco producers

Bank of New Zealand has developed a responsible investment policy which excludes companies involved in the production of cluster munitions, anti-personnel mines, nuclear weapons and tobacco or tobacco products from its international equity holdings, it said.


7 Dec 2015

Sydney Morning Herald

Bronwyn King knows the lethal power of tobacco better than most. As a young doctor, some of the first patients she cared for at Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre were cursed by lung cancer…


22 Jul

Australian Medical Association

In mounting its noisy counter-attack against cigarette plain packaging, the tobacco industry has appeared largely oblivious to the emergence of another potent threat to its long-term viability…


23 Oct

Payne champions ethics

Clare Payne’s unique focus on banking and finance ethics has helped her win Money Management and Super Review‘s Industry Advocacy Award…