Just after updating the online consumer portal Faire Fonds, which analyses controversial investments of 2,163 retail funds, British daily Financial Times reports about findings of… Read More »Update of Faire Fonds online consumer portal gets covered by Financial Times
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Supply chain due diligence and the role of the financial sector – The case of the Fénix nickel mine in Guatemala
For years, Facing Finance has flagged companies whose activities are causing significant environmental degradation and widespread socio-economic harm. Among the groups most severely affected are… Read More »Supply chain due diligence and the role of the financial sector – The case of the Fénix nickel mine in Guatemala
During the last few days, the world has witnessed a race within the western oil and gas sector to withdraw from their Russian assets, as… Read More »Western Oil and Gas majors race out of Russia – Total and Chevron stick around
The last few days and weeks have illustrated the dangers of oil pipelines like a picture book, with local populations and the surrounding environment having… Read More »Disastrous Oil Spill in Thailand, Ecuador and Peru – German banks among the financiers
The European Commission’s ESG commitments for banks and BlackRock: It’s about more than a conflict of interest
In early 2020, Larry Fink, CEO of BlackRock, the world’s largest and arguably most renowned asset management company, wrote in a letter to CEOs that… Read More »The European Commission’s ESG commitments for banks and BlackRock: It’s about more than a conflict of interest
Cargill is one of the world’s largest agricultural commodity trader and food processor and United States’ largest privately-owned company, with revenues exceeding $114 billion in… Read More »Cargill: Sustainability leader or worst company in the world?
On 8 July 2019, Parliamentarians from the 57 participating States of the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) have adopted the Declaration on Advancing… Read More »Strong call from OSCE countries to support the negotiations to ban lethal autonomous weapons
Press Release: As-Salaam-Alaikum (Peace be with you): How the war in Yemen is filling the coffers of European banks.
(22.5.2019) The DIRTY Profits 7 report presented today in Frankfurt / Main by the NGO Facing Finance highlights the ten European banks with some of… Read More »Press Release: As-Salaam-Alaikum (Peace be with you): How the war in Yemen is filling the coffers of European banks.
Berlin, 07 March 2019 – To commemorate International Women’s Day on the 8th of March, Facing Finance is calling on German banks to consider the… Read More »Press release: Discrimination of women- Not yet an issue for German Banks