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Fast Retailing case study

EOS engagement impact

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  • Fast Retailing has made significant improvements in managing human rights risks in its supply chain and on other sustainability risks following investor engagement.
  • This case study details how EOS has engaged with the company since 2016 on the challenges the company is facing as a casual clothing retailer.

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EOS Client Service and Business Development

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Head of Client Service and Business Development, EOS