Budgets missing the mark on mental health

Preventative mental health programs and help for the elderly are glaring areas of need that governments are failing to address, a post-budget breakfast hosted by UCA Funds Management heard on Thursday.

Investing on the principle

Banks need to recognise that providing credit for gambling  harms not just individual gamblers but also vulnerable people connected to them, a forum on consumer finance and ethical investing heard.

Hello to CEO

The new UCA Funds Management CEO, Mathew Browning, says he likes going to work every day but doesn’t want to spend time in his office.

Climate plans often fall short, UCA Funds CEO says

UCA Funds Management Chief Executive Officer Michael Walsh admits he is sceptical about the results achieved when investment institutions add their name to action plans which tackle issues such as climate change.

Investor wants new balance from UCA Funds

The topic of gender diversity generated much discussion, including a big challenge from the audience, during the annual UCA Funds Management investor briefing on Tuesday.

Having budgets for breakfast but one gets a toast

PENNY MULVEY The second annual post-budget not-for-profit breakfast hosted by UCA Funds Management produced a combination of snappy media grabs and more reflective analysis on the health of Australia’s social sector.

When doing good is the bottom line

Long before Westpac decided not to invest in the proposed Adani mine because of climate change concerns, UCA Funds Management was leading the way in ethical investment.

UCA calls for an end to credit-fuelled gambling

The ethical investing arm of the Uniting Church, UCA Funds Management, has called on Australia’s four big banks to immediately stop credit cards being used for online gambling after the country’s major banking associatio

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