Transfield in the heart of hot debate on ethical investment

1440467331849From the SYDNEY MORNING HERALD. By Sally Rose. Two of Australia’s biggest superannuation funds have dumped shares in Transfield Services citing concerns about human rights inside the offshore asylum seeker camps the company runs for the Australian government, while at least half a dozen other industry funds are conducting a review. Against a backdrop of lower forecast investment returns during the next decade, and increased competition, more funds are seeking to differentiate themselves as responsible custodians of members’ moral principles as well as their money. Read more

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