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8 October 2012

Managers consider SRI’s bottom line

Author: Sophia Grene, Financial Times

On paper, the UN’s Principles for Responsible Investment look successful...However, there is a gap between signing up to a set of principles that state...that one’s investments should not infringe human rights or worsen climate change...and doing...

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1 February 2006

[PDF] Banks, Business & Human Rights

Author: Paul Watchman, Partner, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, in Butterworths Journal of International Banking and Financial Law, pg. 46-50

Global banks and international businesses have now reached a tipping point on environmental, social and human rights issues whereby we can now characterise 21st century international business as being at the dawn of a New Enlightenment based on...

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18 October 2004

Big investors want SRI research

Author: Philip Coggan, Financial Times

Leading European institutional investors are challenging the investment banking and broking industries to provide research on socially responsible investment issues. They have written to the main banks and brokers saying they will allocate up to 5 per...

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24 June 2004

Investment houses endorse assessing businesses on social, environmental performance, at United Nations Global Compact Summit - Stock exchanges also join Compact

Author: UN Global Compact Office

Twenty major investment companies -- including Banco do Brasil, Credit Suisse Group, Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs, HSBC and Morgan Stanley -- have endorsed "connecting financial markets" to environmental, social and governance criteria...10 world...

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