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10 Apr 2017


SEB response

…The situation in Borneo’s rainforest is tragic and involves a difficult situation for the indigenous population. Protection and respect for human rights should be central to the countries and companies with direct impact on the ground. We, as indirect and as a minority investor, take responsibility to influence and act for change.

At this stage SEB has no intention to divest the holdings in the four companies as we have an active dialogue with the companies and the views expressed in the report will instead be included and emphasized in the ongoing dialogues…