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: Japan Center for a Sustainable Environment and Society (JACSES) Alternative Peoples Linkage in Asia (APLA) , Japan Tropical Forest Action Network (JATAN) and Pacific Asia Resource Center (PARC).
Guia dos Bancos Responsáveis covers the 8 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), Conectas, and Instituto Defesa Coletiva(Collective Defense Institute)
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, 11.11.11., CNCD, and Vrede
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), Infid (International NGO Forum for Indonesia Development) TUK, Indies and Lokataru.
Fair Finance Guide Germany assesses responsible investment policies of 4 of the largest commercial banks, 2 regional banks, 1 savings bank, the central cooperative bank as well as 2 church banks and 3 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 Verbraucherzentrale Bremen, and Südwind.
Fair Finance Guide India assessed policies of 8 banks: 4 public and 4 private. The analysis has been undertaken through the Fair Finance Guide International methodology encompassing a total of 10 ESG themes. This would be the baseline assessment for India. The assessment is supported by sector based case studies that draw out the impact investing linkage. The India coalition comprises of Oxfam India, Partners in Change, Praxis, Environics, Cividep, OpenSpace, Land Conflict Watch, Traidcraft India,and Human Rights Advocacy and Research Foundation (HRF)
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