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25 Jan 2016

Nordea Asset Management joins the Corporate Human Rights Benchmark team

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The founding partners of the Corporate Human Rights Benchmark – Aviva Investors, Calvert Investments, Business & Human Rights Resource Centre, Institute for Human Rights and Business, EIRIS (now Vigeo Eiris) and VBDO – are pleased to welcome Nordea Asset Management to the CHRB initiative.

Nordea is the largest asset manager in the Nordics with EUR184 billion in assets under management. Nordea will join the CHRB Steering Committee for an initial period of three years for the CHRB’s start-up phase.

“As a responsible investor we believe that corporate responsibility is a prerequisite for a company to achieve responsible good returns. We define responsibility as observance of existing laws, regulations, relevant rules and international conventions, including human rights”

Magdalena Kettis, Head of Thematic Research at Nordea Asset Management and representing Nordea Asset Management on the Corporate Human Rights Benchmark Steering Committee

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Corporate Human Rights Benchmark Website