Storebrand hopes transparency law will contribute to better human rights protections

Next year, transparency regulation comes into force in Norway, and Storebrand hopes that this will make it easier to get answers to questions surrounding investments.

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In July 2022, Norway will introduce transparency regulation for financial players. This is something Storebrand is looking forward to, writing on its LinkedIn account that it will "be one of the world's most progressive human rights laws for the industry."

The regulation entails that companies must take responsibility for ensuring that human rights are upheld throughout their supply chains by making due diligence inspections, and information garnered from these inspections must be made public.

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