Fair Finance Guide Belgium
The Fair Finance Guide International is the internationalized method of the Dutch Fair Bank Guide. Profundo has developed the methodology and has instructed the…
Sustainability Risk Analysis: Kuala Lumpur Kepong
In this report the financial risks of Kuala Lumpur Kepong (KLK) are analysed. KLK is a large palm oil company in Malaysia. The financial risks are serious, as KLK…
Banques: La faim leur profite bien
The objective of this research project was to evaluate the commitments made by selected French financial institutions to end or reduce their involvement in (agricultural)…
Tycoons in the Indonesian oil palm sector
In this research we have analyzed the 25 largest private oilpalm groups in Indonesia. These groups own 31% of the current oilpalm plantations. Although most of…
Guia dos Bancos Responsáveis (Fair Finance Guide Brazil)
The Fair Finance Guide International is the internationalized method of the Dutch Fair Bank Guide. Profundo has developed the methodology and has instructed the…

With profound research and advice, Profundo aims to make a practical contribution to a sustainable world and social justice. Quality comes first, aiming at the needs of our clients. Thematically we focus on commodity chains, the financial sector and corporate social responsibility....

 
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March 5, 2015
TuK (Indonesia): “Tycoon-controlled oil palm groups in Indonesia” - Executive Summary

March 4, 2015
BankTrack: Fair Finance Guide launches in Belgium - How sustainable is your bank?

February 27, 2015
Mongabay: Weak sustainability policy presents financial risk for Malaysian palm oil giant, says report

February 26, 2015
Chain Reaction Research: Analysis: Palm oil producer KLK's profitable business model at serious risk

February 26, 2015
Chain Reaction Research: Sustainability Risk Analysis: Kuala Lumpur Kepong

February 24, 2015
News Vice: Damning Report Accuses France’s Largest Banks of 'Profiting From Hunger'

February 16, 2015
Tempo (Indonesia): NGOs Concern of Oil Palm Lands' Rapid Growth

February 13, 2015
Forbes: Will The Carbon Bubble Be The Next Financial Crisis?

February 13, 2015
Republika (Indonesia): Tycoons have 31 percent of oil palm plantations in Indonesia
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