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3 Apr 2016

Facing Finance report investigates abuses by 20 companies & ties to financial institutions

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Facing Finance’s report “Dirty Profits 4” focuses on 20 multinational companies regarding allegations of abuse of human rights and environmental standards, and investigates the links between these companies and 4 financial institutions. The report finds that these companies’ and banks’ voluntary social commitments are not sufficient to prevent abuse, exploitation, corruption, and environmental destruction. Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited the companies to respond - their responses and the full report can be found below.

Company Responses

Daewoo Group View Response
Alstom View Response
Sanofi View Response
ExxonMobil View Response
Rolls-Royce plc View Response
Motorola Solutions View Response
TotalEnergies (formerly Total) View Response
Syngenta View Response
Pfizer View Response
Allianz View Response
Lockheed Martin

No Response

Inditex View Response
Nestlé View Response
HeidelbergCement View Response
Coca-Cola View Response
Pfizer View Response
Nautilus Minerals View Response