6 Swedish investors collaborate to combat corruption and poor governance

Transparency International's Swedish chapter is launching a new platform for investors to work together on fighting corruption risks and increasing corporate governance and transparency.

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Non-profit organization Transparency International’s Swedish division has launched a new platform involving 6 large domestic investors called Investors Integrity Forum. The purpose is to collaborate on important issues linked to corruption risks, to gather and spread knowledge and to promote transparency.

The six investors joining forces with TI Sweden are large institutions: insurance giants Folksam and Skandia, the First National Pension Fund (AP1), SEB Investment Management, the Swedish Church and Swedfund.

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