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Pathfinder to divest BlackRock equity after oil boss joins board

Ethical investor says appointment of Amin Nasser to world's largest asset manager runs counter to decarbonisation efforts.

BlackRock has appointed Saudi Aramco's CEO to its board.

Will Mace Thu, 17 Aug 2023

Kiwi fund manager Pathfinder will divest the small holding it has in BlackRock as a protest against the giant global asset manager’s appointment of Saudi Aramco chief executive Amin Nasser to its board of directors.

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