Aviva introduces human rights clause to its lending criteria


Aviva Investors has widened its sustainability expectations of companies it invests in with human rights and biodiversity now forming part of its lending criteria.

In a letter to 1,500 company chairs in 30 countries, the £262bn asset manager said it would now judge companies against expectations on biodiversity and human rights as much as climate and executive pay.

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