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Investors need data to to evaluate companies’ human rights performance [subscription only]

Author: Responsible Investor, Published on: 14 November 2018

Dutch civil service pension giant ABP has welcomed the launch of the new Corporate Human Rights Benchmark (CHRB), a new ranking backed by investors, saying it needs the data to be able to evaluate companies’ performance on the issue...

...“We really need the data,” said ABP Vice-Chair José Meijer at a launch event in London yesterday. “Then we can make better decisions.”...

...She said the CHRB data helps it to identify leaders and laggards amongst companies as an aid to engagement and to ensure firms’ deliver on their “beloften” (the Dutch word for ‘promises’)....

 

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