NORWAY - Den norske Bank (DnB) and Dresdner RCM Global Investors have teamed up in a bid to promote ethical investing among DnB's fund roster.
DnB, Norway’s biggest bank, will employ Dresdner’s Grassroots Research tool following the launch of two new ethical global equity offerings. The funds will exclude tobacco, weapons and pornography as part of their stock selection, focusing only on companies that operate an ‘ethical’ policy.
Dresdner’s Grassroots Research division complements its traditional global research strategies by localising research into issues affecting current and potential investments.
By Madhu Kalia
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