Financial sector

The financial sector plays a crucial role in combating human trafficking. Not only through their ability of detecting illicit money flows but also by ensuring greater awareness of the services they commission and the businesses they finance.

Increased Transparency of Forced Labour and Money Laundering in Seafood Supply Chains
04 February 2019

This briefing paper by Liberty Shared sets out recent improvements to the transparency of supply chains and analysis techniques and resources being increasingly applied by civil society to identify where exploitative activities exist in a supply chain and the nature...

Leaning In: Advancing the Role of Finance Against Modern Slavery
20 December 2018

This report on modern slavery and financial institutions by the Royal United Services Institute for Defence and Security Studies and the Freedom Fund considers the role that the financial sector can play in reducing human trafficking and modern slavery through...

Vietnam Private Sector Assessment – A Preliminary Scoping Study
02 June 2018

The primary objective of the study is to provide a broadbased overview of the private sector in Vietnam as a stakeholder in combating modern slavery in the country. The following secondary objectives specify the details of the data that need...

FTSE/JSE Responsible Investment Index Series
25 October 2017

This document sets out the Ground Rules for the construction and management of the FTSE/JSE Responsible Investment Index Series. The FTSE JSE Responsible Investment Index Series comprises the following: • The FTSE/JSE Responsible Investment Index, a market capitalisation weighted index...

FTSE/JSE Africa Index Series: Ground Rules
19 October 2017

The FTSE/JSE Africa Index Series is designed to represent the performance of South African companies, providing investors with a comprehensive and complementary set of indexes, which measure the performance of the major capital and industry segments of the African market.

Silent Approval. The Role of Banks Linked to the Crisis Faced by Borneo’s Indigenous Peoples and their Forests
15 October 2017

This report outlines the investments of the Scandinavian banks Danske Bank, Handelsbanken, Länsförsäkringar, Nordea, SEB, Skandia and Swedbank in four companies associated with risks and impacts on indigenous peoples and their forests in Borneo. The study explores the seven banks’ actions...

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