Human rights are a growing concern amongst global investors. As investing becomes more transparent, owning companies that breach global conventions on human rights carries greater reputational risk, which can potentially have a material impact on company earnings and portfolio returns. These violations, supply chain issues and modern slavery just some of the key issues facing investors.
A panel of experts discussed how to measure, manage and monitor human rights impacts in at a recent discussion sponsored by MSCI and hosted by AMP Capital Investors in Sydney. The panel was moderated by The Sustainability Report.
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