Is your money in palm oil?

Wilmar International, the largest palm oil producer in the world, has been rated the world's least sustainable company for two years running by Newsweek.  Wilmar couldn't exist without the shareholders and banks that finance nearly ninety percent of its assets.

Many of us don’t know who actually manages our money, let alone what they do with it.

Check the following list to see if your money could be invested in Wilmar and stay tuned for more opportunities to speak out against the financing of forest destruction!

The following North American investors enable Wilmar to keep destroying tropical forests:

BlackRock: $112 million in Wilmar

Bank of America has extended credit to Wilmar exceeding $106 million

Baring Asset Management: $22.7 million in Wilmar

Bank of New York Mellon Corporation: $1.5 million in WIlmar

Caisse de Depot et Placement du Quebec: $9.9 million in Wilmar

CalPERS: $24.9  million in Wilmar

Canada Pension Plan Investment Board: $6.3 million in Wilmar

Capitol Group International: $39.6 million in Wilmar

Charles Schwab Corporation: $1.6 million in Wilmar

Citigroup has extended credit worth $43.7 million to Wilmar

Dimensional Fund Advisors: $8.11 million in Wilmar

Fidelity Investments: $28.22 million in Wilmar

Geode Capital Management: $5.91 million in Wilmar

Global X Management: $.94 million in Wilmar

Goldman Sachs: $1.75 million in Wilmar

Grantham, Mayo, Van Otterloo & Company: $1.4 million in Wilmar

IndexIQ Advisors: $.92 million in Wilmar

INVESCO: $6.5million in Wilmar

Jefferies Group: $.84 million in Wilmar

J.P. Morgan Asset Management: $24 million in WIlmar

Northern Trust Corporation: $7.8 million in Wilmar

State of Wisconsin Investment Board: $3.3 million in Wilmar

State Street Corporation: $16.9 million in Wilmar

TIAA-CREF: $14 million in Wilmar

Toronto Dominion Bank: $1.03 million in Wilmar

Van Eck Global: $268.41 million in Wilmar

Vanguard Group: $54.75 million in Wilmar

Wellington Management Company: $3.59 million in Wilmar

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