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2 Oct 2013

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The Thun Group of Banks

[PDF] UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights - Discussion Paper for Banks on Implications of Principles 16–21

...This guidance focuses on the implications for banks of Guiding Principles 16–21. These Principles cover the areas of policy development and commitment, due diligence in terms of scope, accountability and implementation, as well as tracking and reporting. These Principles are those which are most relevant to banks’ potential adverse impacts on human rights and which tend to be most challenging to implement...

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Statement by the Thun Group of Banks - “The Guiding Principles: an interpretation for banks” (banks in Barclays, BBVA, Credit Suisse, ING Bank, RBS Group, UBS, UniCredit)

Analysis of Thun Group of Banks' discussion paper on UN Guiding Principles