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Title:What does it mean if a company is (not) included in the Investment Register?
Date of publishing:September 20, 2011
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What does it mean if a company is (not) included in the Investment Register?

Companies are included in the Investment Register if a specific selection procedure demonstrates that, within their industry and region, they score very well in all domains of corporate social responsibility (CSR).

If a company is not in the Investment Register, there may be several explanations:

  • the company scores at the most averagely in all domains of corporate social responsibility (CSR) within their industry
  • the company is not suitable for investments, for example because it is too small (has a small ‘market capitalisation’) or because it is not a listed company or because customers are not interested in the products which are offered
  • the company is still young and has not yet been screened (Forum ETHIBEL is continuously looking for companies which may be eligible for the Investment Register; therefore it never takes long before a potentially interesting company is screened).

 

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