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Investment Firms in Australia Push for More Female Leaders
Sep.30 — On this episode of “Bloomberg Equality,” Debby Blakey, chief executive officer of HESTA, the largest superannuation fund dedicated to Australia’s health and community services industry, discusses gender parity in the country and its ’40:40 Vision.’ Eight investment firms managing more than A$1 trillion ($712 billion) are calling on the biggest companies to appoint more women to executive roles. The firms including BlackRock Inc. and Aberdeen Standard Investments want at least 40% of senior leadership roles at S&P/ASX 200 companies to be held by women, 40% by men and the remainder from any gender by 2030, according to HESTA’s statement. Blakey speaks with Bloomberg’s Haidi Stoud-Watts and Shery Ahn.
Palantir Technologies Co-Founder on Public Offering, Governance Structure
Sep.30 — Palantir Technologies Co-Founder Joe Lonsdale, discusses the company going public and its governance structure. He speaks with Erik Schatzker on “Bloomberg Markets.”
‘Striking’ Migration Out of Manhattan Shows the City’s Vulnerability
Sep.30 — Arpit Gupta, assistant professor of finance at the New York University Stern School of Business, talks with Bloomberg’s Romaine Bostick and Joe Weisenthal on “What’d You Miss?” about the migration of workers and residents out of New York City during the pandemic.
Zambia is running out of money to pay its debts. It has asked bondholders for breathing space so that it can put a restructuring plan in place. The copper-rich African state is at risk of being the first country to default on its debts since the start of the coronavirus pandemic.
But not the last. Zambia is