AMP has launched a new social entrepreneurship fund off the back of research indicating that for 60 per cent of Australians, money is a reason why they have not pursued individual talents or dreams.
“Money shouldn’t always be an obstacle for talented people who have a commitment to something that will make a difference in Australia,” Ms Quinn said.“It might be a community project, an invention, social enterprise or maybe something left-of-field,” she said.AMP said the grant sizes will vary from $10,000 up to $100,000 and will be awarded by an “expert judging panel” drawn from a range of fields. Applications for AMP’s Tomorrow Fund are open until August 31.
Magellan wrapped up a tumultuous year with a 9 per cent drop in average funds under management.
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