This approach systematically excludes certain investments or investment classes such as companies, sectors or countries from the permitted investment universe if these violate specific criteria. Common criteria include weapons, labour and human rights violations, environmental degradation, corruption and bribery, gambling, nuclear energy, pornography, tobacco and animal testing.
German: Ausschlüsse (127)
Source: FNG Glossar m. e. E., 28.05.2019
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