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Storebrand AM places Bunge and ADM on observation list due to deforestation risk

Storebrand Asset Management has placed Bunge Ltd and Archer Daniels Midland (ADM) on its observation list, due to a high risk of deforestation occurring in the companies' soy supply chains in Brazil. Soy production is a major driver of deforestation and conversion of native ecosystems, which causes CO2 emissions, biodiversity loss, drought, temperature rise and violations of the human rights of indigenous peoples. Storebrand will step up engagement with the companies and monitor their progress on eliminating deforestation from their supply chains. Portfolios may not increase holdings in companies on the observation list.

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In order to provide optimal portfolio solutions, Delphi Funds, SKAGEN Funds, Storebrand Fondene, Storebrand Fonder (in Sweden), and Cubera complement our product range in the areas of shares, interest rates and private equity. With a multi-boutique, we also achieve economies of scale in an efficient way.

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