RWR Referenced in Washington Post Article on Xinjiang Human Rights Abuses

On April 17, RWR was ref­er­enced in a Wash­ing­ton Post arti­cle exam­in­ing the prob­lems of invest­ing in com­pa­nies that are involved in activ­i­ties under­min­ing human rights in Chi­na, specif­i­cal­ly the per­se­cu­tion of Uighurs and oth­er Mus­lim eth­nic groups. RWR observed that U.S. invest­ment funds rarely con­duct due dili­gence to iden­ti­fy and avoid com­pa­nies com­plic­it in human rights abus­es or con­nect­ed to China’s ...

RWR Referenced in Economist Article on Increasing Disclosure Requirement for Chinese Companies

On April 6, RWR was ref­er­enced in the Econ­o­mist magazine’s “Schum­peter” col­umn. RWR CEO Roger W. Robin­son told the Econ­o­mist that momen­tum is grow­ing in Wash­ing­ton to demand more open­ness from Chi­nese and West­ern firms on their links to the Chi­nese gov­ern­ment.t

RWR Represented at Bloomberg “Financing the Future” Event

On April 2, RWR COO Andrew Dav­en­port took part in Bloomberg Live’s “Financ­ing the Future” event in Lon­don, which looked at risks and oppor­tu­ni­ties asso­ci­at­ed with the Belt and Road Ini­tia­tive. Mr. Dav­en­port par­tic­i­pat­ed in a pan­el exam­in­ing the geopo­lit­i­cal uncer­tain­ties that afflict the devel­op­ment of BRI.