Financial sector responsibility - The State of the Art

Author: Andrew Newton, Ethical Corporation, Published on: 1 November 2006

Report chapters include: "Reputations at risk"; "Ethical finance"; "Interview: Henry Paulson - On taking Goldman Sachs green"; "Equator Principles"; "Islamic finance"; "From prohibitions to public interest"; "Foreign banks in China"; "Consumer credit in China"; "Human rights - The next activist frontier"; "Workplace discrimination"; "Interview: Pamela Flaherty, Citigroup"; "Time for Openness" [also refers to HSBC, ABN Amro, Barclays, Citigroup, Goldman Sachs, American Express, Royal Bank of Scotland, Rabobank, Allianz, Standard Chartered, ANZ, BNP Paribas, Industrial & Commercial Bank of China, Agricultural Bank of China, China Construction Bank, Bank of Communications, China CITIC Bank, China Merchants Bank, China Minsheng Banking Corporation, Industrial Bank, Shanghai Pudong Development Bank, China Everbright Bank, Hua Xia Bank, Guangdong Development Bank, Ping An Bank, Bank of Shanghai, Shenzhen Development Bank, Bank of Beijing, Shanghai Rural Commercial Bank, Jiangsu Bank, Shenzhen Commercial Bank, Tianjin Bohai Bank, Tianjin City Commercial Bank, Huishang Bank, Nanjing City Commercial Bank, Hangzhou City Commercial Bank, Ningbo Commercial Bank, Dalian Bank, Xi'an City Commercial Bank, United Rural Cooperative Bank of Hangzhou, Jinan City Commercial Bank, Urumqi City Commercial Bank, Rizhao City Commercial Bank, Nanchong City Commercial Bank, Langfang City Commercial Bank, Quanzhou City Commercial Bank, Chongquing City Commercial Bank, Shaoxing County Rural Cooperative Bank]

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Related companies: ABN Amro Agricultural Bank of China Allianz American Express ANZ Bank Barclays China Construction Bank Citigroup Goldman Sachs HSBC Industrial Bank Rabobank Royal Bank of Scotland Shenzhen Development Bank Standard Chartered