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5 OCTOBER 2017

GES celebrates its 25th anniversary

GES started as a small consulting firm in April 1992 when Magnus Furugård founded the company together with Susanne Nyman in Stockholm under the previous name Caring Capitalism and as of 25 April 2017, GES is celebrating its 25-year anniversary.

We want to thank all our clients for 25 fantastic years together on the path to responsible investing and ESG integration.

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To learn more about GES history go to Corporate History.

 

9 MARCH 2018

NEC publishes its Annual Report 2017

Nordic Engagement Cooperation (NEC), a collaborative engagement network between some of the largest Nordic institutional investors Folksam, Ilmarinen Mutual Pension Insurance Company, KLP and PFA, has published its 2017 Annual Report. The report describes progress, challenges and successes from the engagement dialogue with investee companies, undertaken by the investor network in cooperation with engagement service provider GES International.

*The NEC network engages with companies that are, or have been, involved in systematic incidents or an isolated incident that has severe consequences for the environment or humans.

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