changes to QUT investment portfolio and investment strategy since committing to fossil fuel
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From: John Slater
Dear Queensland University of Technology,
I am documents relating to the university's decision earlier this year to commit to fossil fuel divestment. Specifically, I am seeking the written directives and instructions provided to QIC - the manager of the university's investment funds to carry its public commitment to "[ensuring] it has no fossil fuel direct investments" and "no fossil fuel investments of material significance".
I am also seeking the changes made to QUT's QIC managed investment portfolio since making the commitment and any planned or mooted changes. This should include a list of all the investments currently held in the fund and their values.
Lastly I am requesting the same list detailing the universities investment portfolio from the end of the 2015 financial year, 2014 financial year and 2013 financial year.
From: Ian Wright
Queensland University of Technology
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