$4 Trillion Investor Coalition Backs New Human Rights Reporting Tool

25 February 2015 — A group of over 60 investors from Europe, North America and Australia, with $3.9 trillion of assets under management, have today urged leading companies to use new guidance to help them ‘know and show’ their management of human rights risks. In a joint statement the investors backed the new UN Guiding Principles Reporting Framework, published this week, and said they aim to incentivize better corporate governance, management and reporting of human rights risks.

The investors signing today’s statement include some of the world’s largest and most influential investors including: Boston Common Asset Management, APG Asset Management, Aviva Investors, BNP Paribas Investment Partners, Church of Sweden and Wespath.

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See the investor coalition statement of support