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13 Jul 2020

UBS responded

Private and institutional investors can invest in a wide range of companies traded on stock markets. Often these companies are part of different indices and therefore also contained in different products. This explains why financial institutions such as UBS disclose positions in a variety of companies that they hold on behalf of clients worldwide.

UBS is actively working with other financial institutions to improve the integration of environmental and human rights issues into financial products. This cooperation is in line with UBS's commitment to uphold and promote human rights throughout its business.

UBS will respond to the Swiss National Contact Point as appropriate.