First Bank Becomes Early Adopter of UN Guiding Principles Reporting Framework

**Update December 2016: ABN AMRO has now published its first report using the UNGP Reporting Framework. Find a link to the report here.

23 June 2015 — The first bank has committed to reporting on human rights using the UN Guiding Principles Reporting Framework. Dutch bank ABN AMRO is the sixth early adopter company to make this public commitment since the UNGP Reporting Framework launched in February 2015. ABN AMRO joins Unilever — the first adopter — as well as Ericsson, H&M, Nestlé and Newmont.

Early adopter companies commit to both public reporting using the UNGP Reporting Framework as well as to sharing lessons learned about their reporting experience back to the project team behind the Reporting Framework to improve the guidance and supporting resources available to companies in the future.

Developed over a two-year global consultative process with companies, governments, investors, civil society organizations and professional services firms, the UNGP Reporting Framework is supported by an investor coalition of over 80 global investors representing over $4.25 trillion assets under management.

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