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4 December 2018
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Author: Facing Finance

"Neue Technologien und alte Probleme?", 28 Nov 2018...

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Article
1 July 2010

New Governance Rules introduced for the Equator Principles

Author: EPFI Secretariat

The Equator Principles (EPs), the leading voluntary standard for managing social and environmental risk in project financing, will formally adopt new Governance Rules from 1 July 2010, the result of several years’ intensive work by the Equator...

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Article
6 July 2006

[PDF] Financial Institutions Announce Revision of Equator Principles - Underscoring the Global Application of Environmental and Social Risk Management

Author: Equator Principles

The Equator Principles...have been revised in the following ways: • The Principles apply to all project financings with capital costs above USD 10 million. • The Principles now also apply to project finance advisory activities. • The revised...

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Article
26 January 2006

Banks failing environment and social standards - New report by BankTrack and WWF on bank policies

Author: BankTrack, WWF

The report, Shaping the Future of Sustainable Finance: Moving the Banking Sector from Promises to Performance, ranked the financing policies of 39 international banks across 13 issue areas, from climate change to human rights...Of the 39 banks...

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1 January 2006

BankTrack & WWF review social & environmental policies of 39 banks - only 8 have public human rights policies: ABN AMRO, Barclays, HBOS, ING, Rabobank, Société Général, Standard Chartered, Westpac

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Article
1 January 2006

[PDF] full report: "Shaping the Future of Sustainable Finance - Moving from Paper Promises to Performance"

Author: BankTrack, WWF

By the end of 2005, only eight banks had publicly adopted a human rights policy: ABN AMRO, Barclays, HBOS, ING, Rabobank, Société Général, Standard Chartered and Westpac...Only Rabobank has committed to follow the UN Norms and explicitly endorsed the...

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Article
1 November 2005

Where do you draw the line? - Research into the financial links between five bank groups and companies that abuse human rights

Author: Netwerk Vlaanderen [Belgium]

[describes human rights concerns regarding companies & projects in which AXA, Dexia, Fortis, ING & KBC have invested] Regarding credit, AXA informs us that every offer of credit is subject to ethical rules and the rule of law... AXA states...

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1 June 2005

Equator Principles - "New report sees both progress and serious challenges"

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Article
1 February 2005

[PDF] International Companies and Post-Conflict Reconstruction - Cross-Sectoral Comparisons

Author: John Bray, political risk specialist, Control Risks Group

In the worst cases, companies can inadvertently fuel the structural causes of the conflict, undermining prospects for recovery. However, by presenting a vision of a different kind of future, where personal success comes from entrepreneurial initiative...

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Article
4 June 2004

[PDF] Principles, Profits or just PR? Triple P investments under the Equator Principles: An Anniversary Assessment

Author: BankTrack

[refers to Barclays, ABN AMRO, Citigroup, Mizuho, Société Générale, Banca Intesa, Dexia, HVB, ING, KBC, Royal Bank of Scotland, West LB, Royal Bank of Canada, Lukoil, Calyon (part of Crédit Agricole), Dresdner Bank (part of Allianz), Rabobank, Crédit...

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