Modern slavery - typically defined as contemporary forms of servitude, forced labour and human trafficking - has increased in prominence in recent years, and jurisdictions such as the UK, Australia and the US state of California have introduced legislation aimed at improving disclosure of modern slavery risk by companies.
The challenge for investors is to go beyond putting out broad statements of concern or asking ad hoc questions about the topic to companies and instead to integrate modern slavery risk mitigation into...
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