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Undue Diligence: How banks do business with corrupt regimes

Global Witness - Undue Diligence

Date posted: 12 Mar 2009 - Category: report


Organisation: Global Witness


Description: Global Witness' new report Undue Diligence names some of the major banks who have done business with corrupt regimes. By accepting these customers, banks are assisting those who are using state assets to enrich themselves or brutalise their own people.


Document type:  pdf


Our ranking
Insightfive stars
Originalityfour stars
Credibilityfour stars
Overallfour stars


Our comments:  As if the banks weren't under the cosh enough at the moment - this timely and well argued report puts the squeeze on even further. It raises all sorts of difficult questions - how far can banks really vet the credentials of governments that they deal with? But the cases in the report are a compelling argument that more needs to be done to avoid relationships with the most obnoxious abusers.


Tags: General CSR, Controversial countries, Corruption


Link to resource:  Undue Diligence: How banks do business with corrupt regimes




New partnerships: how business can contribute to development in difficult local environments

Date posted: 13 Jul 2008 - Category: video


Organisation: World Business Council for Sustainable Development


Document type:  pdf



Tags: Controversial countries


Link to resource:  New partnerships: how business can contribute to development in difficult local environments




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