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4 March 2019

Bangladesh: Banks fail to hold H&M accountable to living wage promises, says Fair Action report

Author: Fair Action (Sweden), Fair Finance Guide International, The Future in Our Hands (Norway)

"Shareholders of H&M fail to take responsibility for garment workers’ wages", 31 January 2019...

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4 March 2019

Bangladesh: Fair Action reports that Nordic banks fail to hold H&M and other brands accountable to living wage promises

  In February 2019, Fair Action released a report exploring, among other things, the role of Nordic banks (as shareholders) in holding H&M accountable to its promise to ensure living wages for garment workers in its supply chain by 2018, particula...

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Company response
3 March 2019

Länsförsäkringar response to the Fair Action report “Broke in Bangladesh”

Author: Sofia Aulin, Sweden

At Länsförsäkringar Fondförvaltning we do a sustainability analysis of the Swedish companies held within our actively managed portfolios, including H&M. We believe that H&M has strong ESG practice but at the same time we are aware of the fact...

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Report
13 March 2018

Co's not doing enough to ensure gender diversity at senior management level, finds Vigeo Eiris

Author: Vigeo Eiris

Vigeo Eiris reviews the level of female representation at Board and Executive levels for almost 4,000 listed companies worldwide......

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17 January 2018

Sweden: Lack of investment in climate solutions by fund management co's puts Paris agreement at risk, finds report; incl. co responses

"Turning the tide - The urgent need to shift capital flows to climate solutions: A case study of ten fund management companies", a new report by Swedwatch focuses on the role of the finance sector in reallocating large capital streams towards green...

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Report
27 April 2017

Report: 'Fuel for conflict - Investors and the case of Lundin Petroleum in Sudan'

Author: Swedwatch, Fair Finance Guide

This report focuses on the risks and responsibilities associated with investments in companies that are active in countries with ongoing violent conflicts and humanitarian crises... Using the terminology of the UNGPs, a company that has a business...

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11 April 2017

Scandinavian banks linked to abuse of indigenous peoples’ rights in Borneo; banks respond

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