UCA Funds Management
Dick Carter retired as the chair of UCA Funds Management last month after reaching the statutory board membership maximum of 10 years.
In May, UCA Funds Management engaged with not-for-profits (NFPs) in what was a tough month for many in the sector.
UCA Funds Management has announced a further commitment to gender diversity for 2016. The ethical funds manager intends to monitor the proportion of women on company boards in which it invests.
Thirteen may be a number that scares some people, but for David Hamley it’s a number that promises new opportunity.
This year UCA Funds Management celebrates 30 years as an ethical Fund Manager.
UCA Funds Management is leading a group of like-minded ethical investors and other players seeking to tidy up the payday lending and consumer leasing industries in Australia.
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