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Company Response

8 Jan 2015

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Santander

Santander response

Banco Santander  counts with policies, regulations and internal codes governing the position of Santander in compliance with ethical, social and environmental principles. It operates its financial business through a strong commitment to respect and promote human rights.Specifically, since 2010, Santander has a specific policy on Human Rights which formalizes the Bank's commitment to human rights, an area in which Santander has acted in accordance with the highest international standards, such as the UN Norms for Business Human Rights, the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises and the ten principles of the Global Compact of the United Nations organization that Santander is a signatory partner since 2002...

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