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Banks not living up to climate pledge, says Christian Aid

by a staff reporter

Posted: 11 Nov 2016 @ 12:33

CUSTOMERS want their banks to be more transparent about where they invest their money, a new survey commissioned by Christian Aid suggests.

The survey, conducted by ComRes, found that more than two-thirds of adults wanted banks to be legally required to reveal where they invested their individual and corporate customers’ money.

Half also said that knowing where a bank invested was an important factor in deciding whom to bank with.

The poll was released to coincide with ...

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