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 Funds Management News

​Funds Management News (FMN) is a free quarterly newsletter, with investment commentary, ethical news and developments, investment information and quarterly fund performance.​​​

FMN Autumn 2018

​​Economic Update

​​Growth continues, but risk rising

As a rising global GDP and strong Australian economic performance brings results, we’re monitoring a few new approaching risks. What does the economic outlook look like, and how does the Banking Royal Commission affect it all?

​​​CEO update

​CEO update: Looking forward

In his first update as UCA Funds Management’s Chief Executive Officer, Mathew Browning reveals his strategy for the future, towards our goal of better investments and a better world.

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​​Ethical Corner

​Bye-bye recycling
You might recycle more than one tonne per year – but how much could China’s new recyclable waste policies affect this? It might be more than you think, and here’s what you can do about it.

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2017 Annual Report

​2017 Annual Report: Working together for a better world
Our 2017 Financial and Sustainability Annual Report is now available. Continuing our 2017 focus of ‘investing for impact’, the report demonstrates how your investments support the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.

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> Explore the eBook


Budget Breakfast

​Mental health the 'poor cousin' of the health system

We hosted our annual post-Budget breakfast recently, with partners Pro Bono Australia, the Commonwealth Bank of Australia and Deloitte Australia. If you missed it, here’s our wrap-up.​

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​​​David Brennan

​​Introducing our new Director – Development: David Brennan

David Brennan joined the UCA Funds Management team this month, straight from a senior role at the Bendigo and Adelaide Bank.



Paperless

​Making a difference, one sheet at a time

 A simple change in the way we do things is saving 52,000 sheets of paper per year. Fun fact: if we laid these sheets of paper end-to-end, it would nearly reach across Australia and back twice!

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