Evolución de la Banca Armada en España

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Evolución de la banca armada en España. ¿Cómo reducir la financiación de las empresas de armas?

Actualización de las inversiones en armas de la banca armada que opera en España, a octubre de 2013. Incluye análisis de políticas y normativas de limitación de la financiación de las empresas de armas.
Autores:
Jordi Calvo Rufanges, Jordi Alsina, Ainhoa Díaz, Arnau Jordà, Cristina Mediavilla, Blanca Nogueras

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Don't bank on the bomb

dontbankonthebombDon't bank on the bomb: a Global Report on the Financing of Nuclear Weapons Producers

Susi Snyder & Wilbert van der Zeijden. October 2014. PAX, ICAN, Profundo.

PAX's annual report Don't Bank on the Bomb: a Global Report on the Financing of Nuclear Weapons Producers, warns that nuclear weapons producers can still count on substantial investments by banks, pension funds and insurance companies.
Nowadays, a total of 411 financial institutions from around the world invest 402 billion US dollar (321 billion euro) in companies involved in the protection, maintenance and modernization of nuclear weapons.

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Banca Ética

miniatura banca eticaBanca Armada vs Banca Ética

Libro publicado en 2013 por Editorial Dharana sobre la financiación del negocio armamentístico, basado en los informes del autor realizados en el marco de la campanya Banca Armada, BBVA sin armas, Banco Santander sin Armas y Caixabank sin armas. En el que se incorpora una visión crítica de la responsabilidad social corporativa (RSC) de los banco, mostrando las alternativas reales de banca ética existentes en la actualidad.

Jordi Calvo Rufanges

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Worldwide Invesments in Cluster Munitions: a shared responsability

Invesments in cluster munitions 2012

Worldwide Invesments in Cluster Munitions: a shared responsability

Roos Boer, Suzanne Oosterwijk, Stijn Suijs and Esther Vandenbroucke. June 2012. IKV Pax Christi, the Netherlands and FairFin.

On 12 June 2012, CMC member organizations (Cluster Munition Coalition), IKV Pax Christi (Nederlands) and FairFin (formerly Netwerk Vlaanderen) (Belgium) have the third update of the report 'Worldwide Invesments in Cluster Munitions: a shared responsability'. The first report came out on October 29, 2009, and subsequent updates were published in April 14, 2010 and May 2011.

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Inversiones que son la bomba

portada informebanca2Inversiones que son la bomba. Negocios de la banca con empresas españolas de armamento. (Booming Investments. Banks doing business with Spanish Arms Companies.)

In this report, SETEM and the Centre Delàs For Peace and Justice Studies uncover the connections between the banks and the military industrial complex in Spain.
Fourty-two institutions have provided financial support with more than €1.37 billion to the Spanish military-industrial complex from 2007 to 2011. Most prominent are: Bankia, Liberbank, Banco Santander, Caixabank, BBVA, Catalunya Caixa, Banco Popular, Banco Sabadell, Ibercaja and Bankinter.

Authors: Jordi Calvo Rufanges, Joan Farrés and Axel Thamers, researchers of the Centre Delàs.

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