Fact sheet: what ABN AMRO, ING and Rabobank are not telling you about their investment funds

Private investors have been unknowingly and unwittingly investing in deforestation for years. By investing in funds offered by ABN AMRO, ING and Rabobank, they are filling the coffers of controversial palm oil companies, without being informed about it by their bank. In total the three banks offer 158 funds that include shares in palm oil companies. This was revealed by new research by SOMO, commissioned by Milieudefensie. Read here the most important facts from the report.

Palm tree stumps which have been burned so that the land can be replanted in Kapa village Thursday May 24, 2018.(Photo/Ed Wray)
Palm tree stumps which have been burned so that the land can be replanted in Kapa village Thursday May 24, 2018.(Photo/Ed Wray)

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