Corporate social responsibility in a broad sense refers to moral behaviors carried out by a company in society, especially that the company must be responsible for all stakeholders when running business, not just for shareholders. The Bureau has therefore incorporated socially responsible investment policies in our investment guidelines. By implementing socially responsible investment (or sustainable and responsible investment) and taking into account social and environmental factors, we choose to invest in sustainable companies. By doing so, we hope to benefit the society, the environment and the economy, in addition to creating investment return.
- Ratio of Socially Responsible Investment (SRI) in Labor Pension Fund (PDF)
- Ratio of Socially Responsible Investment (SRI) in Labor Insurance Fund (PDF)
- Ratio of Socially Responsible Investment (SRI) in National Pension Insurance Fund (PDF)
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