Major Dutch investors continue to invest in arms suppliers to oppressive regimes
Prominent investors, including Allianz, Aegon, ABP, and PFZW, are collectively investing 5.7 billion euros in fifteen arms companies that provide weaponry to nations where the risk of human rights abuses is considered high. These countries include Saudi Arabia, among others. Some investors, particularly insurers, are, however refraining from such involvements due to concerns about associated risks. These are the findings from recent research conducted and published today by the Dutch Fair Finance Guide.
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