Normative judgments

DWS
By April 9, 2020 07:41

Normative judgments

How assessing norm violations in a portfolio context could help avoid risks.

  • The most prominent norm violations typically relate to breaches in human rights, environmental responsibility and business ethics.
  • The sectors most prone to norm violations are energy, consumer staples and materials.
  • Among sub-sectors, severe incidents include bribery in pharmaceuticals, environmental destruction in metals and mining and money laundering at banks.
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By April 9, 2020 07:41

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