Human rights and decent working conditions
At BNP Paribas, we are committed to ensure that sustainability, human rights and decent working conditions are embedded across all our operations.
BNP Paribas performs thorough due diligence assessments on both customers and suppliers, in accordance with the UN’s Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights (UNGP) and the OECD’s guidelines for multinational companies, as well as local ESG and CSR regulations and The Norwegian Transparency Act (Åpenhetsloven). The Transparency Act applies to BNP Paribas Norway Brach and imposes a duty for the BNP Norway to perform and publish due diligence reports and answer question related to general information covered by the act and questions regarding a specific service BNP Norway offers.
For an overview of BNP Paribas’ guidelines, please see
BNP Paribas Group Statement on Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking: https://cdn-group.bnpparibas.com/uploads/file/msa_trafficking_statement_bnpparibas.pdf
BNP Paribas Group Code of Conduct: https://cdn-group.bnpparibas.com/uploads/file/220204_bnpp_compliance_codeofconduct_2022_eng.pdf
BNP Paribas Group Universal Registration Document and Annual Financial Report 2021: https://invest.bnpparibas/en/document/universal-registration-document-and-annual-financial-report-2021
BNP Paribas Group Corporate Social Responsibility & Human Rights: https://cdn-group.bnpparibas.com/uploads/file/uk_declaration_bnp_sur_droit_de_l_homme.pdf
If you have any questions regarding our work with sustainability, human rights and decent working conditions, please do not hesitate to reach out to us on email.