A high impact tool for consumers

The Fair Finance Guide is a web-based tool that enables bank clients and policy holders to make their bank more socially responsible, fair, and sustainable by benchmarking it on several themes.

At the moment, Fair Finance Guides are active in 8 countries. Scroll down to see in which countries you can check your bank!

Live: Fair Finance Guide Germany

From now on you can check your bank in Germany too. Germany is the 8th country to release its Fair Finance Guide. 

Read the press release here

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 Race to the Top

The aim of the Fair Finance Guide is to initiate a ‘race to the top’ between banks on corporate social responsibility (CSR). Ideally, a self-reinforcing process will develop in which social, environmental and economic standards are raised continuously, ultimately resulting in sustainable credits, investments and asset management all over the world. The Fair Finance Guide contributes to banks’CSR policies and practices on a wide variety of issues, benefiting a broad audience.

More about this Race to the Top

Visit one of our local guides

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    Fair Finance Guide Japan (FFGJ) is a guide to Japan's 5 largest commercial banks. FFGJ is run by a network of non-profit organizations based in Japan: A SEED Japan, Japan Center for a Sustainable Environment and Society (JACSES) and Pacific Asia Resource Center (PARC).

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    The Dutch Fair Bank Guide (Eerlijke Bankwijzer) was formally launched in 2009. It is an initiative commissioned by Oxfam NovibAmnesty International NetherlandsDutch labour union FNV and Friends of the Earth NetherlandsDutch Society for the Protection of Animals, and PAX .

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    Fair Finance Guide Sweden covers the 7 largest banks in Sweden. Behind the initiative are Swedish Consumers’ Association, Amnesty International Sweden, Diakonia, Fair Action and Swedish Society for Nature Conservation. 

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    Guia dos Bancos Responsáveis covers the 6 largest commercial banks in Brazil. The initiative is led by the Brazilian Consumers Right Institute (Idec) and is supported by Instituto Sou da Paz (pro Peace Institute) and Contraf-CUT (financial sector's labor union). 

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    The Belgian Fair Finance Guide (BankWijzer) offers people the opportunity to make an informed choice about their own financial resources. With the help of bank clients we want to push banks towards more sustainable investment choices. BankWijzer is an initiative of FairFin, Réseau Financité, Bond Beter Leefmilieu, 11.11.11., CNCD, Amnesty België en Netwerk Bewust Verbruiken.

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    Responsibank Indonesia evaluates the investment policy of the 8 largest national banks and the 3 largest foreign banks operating in Indonesia. The initiative is supported by Perkumpulan Prakarsa, YLKI (Yayasan Lembaga Konsumen Indonesia), Walhi (Wahana Lingkungan Hidup), Publish What You Pay (PWYP) Indonesia, ICW (Indonesian Corruption Watch) and Infid (International NGO Forum for Indonesia Development).

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    Fair Finance France investigates major French banks’ policies, investments and practices and exposes their impacts on population across the world. Fair Finance France was founded in 2014 by Oxfam France to bring together French organizations, with the aim of holding banks more transparent and accountable to social and environmental standards.

  • Fair Finance Deutschland

    Fair Finance Guide Germany assesses responsible investment policies of 4 of the largest commercial banks, 2 church banks and 2 alternative banks operating in Germany. This analysis is complemented by research into the bank practices, highlighting the lacking implementation of voluntary agreements and the need for more binding regulation in the German banking system. The initiative is led by Facing Finance and supported by Germanwatch, Rank a Brand and Südwind.”

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