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Response by Bvlgari

Author: Bvlgari, Published on: 26 February 2018

As an acknowledged socially responsible Company, Bvlgari remains committed to continuing our mission to drive improvement in responsible behaviour across the jewellery industry. Our standards are internationally recognized and keep improving to advance the cause of responsible business practices in the industry. As it relates to the Human Right Watch ranking of a group of jewellers, including Bvlgari, Bvlgari maintains its commitment to ethical best practice in the industry, driven by its own Code of Ethics and according to OECD guidelines, monitoring the supply chain of gold through the Chain of Custody Certification and using Kimberly Process for diamonds in a continuous improvement process.

Since 2006, the Company has been an active member of the steering committee of the Responsible Jewellery Council (RJC), which sets international standards on responsible business practices, including human and labor rights, environmental impact and mining practices for diamonds, gold and platinum...

Moreover, Bvlgari, together with LVMH, actively takes part in the DragonFly Initiative, The Dragonfly Initiative (TDI) is a sustainability advisory firm established to enable businesses in the natural resources, precious metals and gemstones supply chains to work collaboratively in creating an environmentally, socially and financially responsible system of connected enterprises...

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This is a response from the following companies: Bulgari