DNB signs ‘responsible investment charter’

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The Netherlands Bank

The Netherlands Bank (DNB) announced it has signed up to a “responsible investment charter”, saying it wants to use its €19 billion ($21.5 billion) reserve portfolio to encourage sustainable development.

DNB said on March 20 that the new investment charter would help it reach its goals of “safeguarding financial stability and contributing to sustainable prosperity in the Netherlands”.

The charter forms a major part of DNB’s revised corporate social responsibility strategy, adopted earlier this

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