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 and responsibilities, the positive and/or negative effects of these, and highlights the crucial role which investors can play to uphold international standards in situations where states do not protect indigenous peoples’ rights.

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Silent Approval. The Role of Banks Linked to the Crisis Faced by Borneo’s Indigenous Peoples and their Forests - Swed Watch and Fair Finance Guide Sverige, 2017 DOWNLOAD

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