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Follow the Money – Episode 35

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This episode was recorded on March 22, 2017. Rachel and Michael cover JASTA and the potential effects it will have on future investment activity. This episode has a special focus on legal issues and shareholder rights. There is also a debate on ethical investing and the costs of it.

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CONTENTS
1:05 Shareholder Litigation and the Effects of JASTA
5:20 Abu Dhabi Investment Authority Files Legal Action Against Petrobras
7:45 Twitter, Facebook and Snap
8:45 Mubadala Petroleum Announced a New CEO
10:00 Qatar Trade Delegation
12:00 Norway’s Sovereign Wealth Fund and the Costs of Being “Ethical”
17:45 CalPERS and the ESG Focus
20:00 Shout Out to the New Zealand Superannuation Fund

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