Norway’s SWF puts forward anti-corruption recommendations

Norges Bank: effective anti-corruption measures expected, says Yngve Slyngstad

Norway’s sovereign wealth fund has today (February 13) published a series of recommendations for the companies it is invested in to tackle corruption.

“We expect all companies we are invested in to have effective anti-corruption measures in place,” says Yngve Slyngstad, chief executive officer of Norges Bank Investment Management (NBIM), the branch of the Norwegian central bank in charge of the fund.

The Government Pension Fund Global is the world’s largest sovereign wealth fund, with market

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