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Deutsche Bank response

Deutsche Bank is fully committed to its responsibilities to respect human rights. In line with the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights, we published a Human Rights Statement in November 2015.Deutsche Bank consistently pays attention to how its business activities may affect human rights. We aim to continually improve our approach to, and the internal guidance on human rights issues.In order to identify, prevent and mitigate adverse human rights impacts, we have integrated human rights considerations (e.g. land, labour, child rights, health and safety of workers and communities, the rights of indigenous people etc.) in our due diligence process on environmental and social (ES) risks...

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