Influence your bank by telling them what you think about their policy and practise and investments.
When affected by an economic activity is your life - such as the construction of a polluting factory next to your house - you can not defend your interests if you are not fully informed. You have information on both the environmental, social and economic benefits, as the costs and risks associated with that activity required. To be able to meaningfully participate in decision-making is therefore the public right to information enshrined in various international instruments.
For banks, transparency is possibly even more important than for other companies. Unlike other companies, they play as financiers namely an important role in almost all economic sectors and wear it as investors, a certain responsibility. For this reason, banks should not only inform the public about their own activities, but they must be as transparent as possible about the companies in which they invest. Projects and governments
The Fair Bank Guide therefore considers it important to also assess banks on their transparency policy. A good policy transparency includes:
Detailed information on how the Fair Bank Guide banks evaluates this subject can be found in chapter three of the latest report.
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