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Sumatran activists to challenge Credit Suisse over finance for deforestation
Apr 24, 2015 | Zurich | Greenpeace International

Two activists from Sumatra, Indonesia will attend the AGM of Credit Suisse today to challenge the bank on its financing of forest destruction in their communities. Woro Supartinah and Isnadi Esman will tell the delegates about the impacts the bank's client, the RGE Group, and its subsidiary Asia Pacific Resources International Limited (APRIL), are causing to their… read more >> | share >>

BankTrack's 2014 Annual Report highlights successes from coal and forest campaigns
New organisational shake-up announced to increase pressure on banks
Apr 20, 2015 | Nijmegen

BankTrack today launched its 2014 Annual Report, presenting its campaigning work over 2014 in a brief and accessible 20-page summary.

The new annual report covers BankTrack's three major campaigns of 2014, on forests, human rights and finance for the coal industry, as well as showcasing victories and successes, Dodgy Deal campaigns and the work of BankTrack's… read more >> | share >>

Investing in Unsustainable EU Fishing is Risky Business
Apr 17, 2015 | Madrid | Greenpeace International

Recent changes to EU fishing and seafood legislation means that the financing of fishing operations reliant on overexploited stocks, or the use of destructive or unselective methods will prove a high risk to investors, Greenpeace warned today.

The newly published Greenpeace briefing "Risky Business - Why Smart Investors Must Avoid… read more >> | share >>

Briefing to banks and potential investors on the ongoing risks and outstanding social conflicts in the palm oil agribusiness sector: Golden Agri-Resources (GAR) bond offering
Joint NGO statement
Apr 15, 2015 | Nijmegen | urgewald

Credit Suisse, Oversea-Chinese Banking Corporation (OCBC) and Mitsubishi UFJ Securities are acting for Golden Agri-Resources - part of the Sinar Mas Group - in a new bond offering worth up to USD 400 million, according to a Debtwire report last week.[i] The syndicate has begun meetings with credit investors this week in Hong Kong… read more >> | share >>

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