INSIGHTS

Insights

  • COP26: An Australian investment perspective

    As the world’s leaders get set to convene in Glasgow to accelerate a global roadmap to limit global warming to 1.5 degrees, it is becoming increasingly apparent that the private sector needs to raise ambition and drive its own climate agenda, particularly in the Australian policy context

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  • Supply chain sustainability

    There is a growing imperative for companies to understand and manage the ESG risks and opportunities in their supply chains. We discuss the key developments, what they mean for businesses, and how we at Adamantem incorporate these in our investment approach to create value for investors and long-term sustainable businesses.

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  • Adamantem Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan

    Adamantem has a Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan which has been endorsed by Reconciliation Australia

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  • Modern Slavery Statement

    At Adamantem, we believe that organisations have a responsibility to consider their role in ensuring the respect of all human rights and avoidance of human rights abuses. Although Adamantem is not required to file an annual modern slavery statement under the Modern Slavery Act 2018 (Cth), we have submitted this voluntary Modern Slavery Statement for FY20 to play our part in helping to reduce risks to people, improve the integrity and quality of global supply chains and strengthen our approach to responsible investing.

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  • Indigenous Voice

    Adamantem has made a submission at voice.niaa.gov.au in support of an Indigenous Voice to Australia’s governments as part of the Commonwealth Government’s co-design process.

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