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22.12.16

Here’s every bank funding the Dakota Access Pipeline, and how to switch | Inhabitat - Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green Building: Norway’s biggest bank, DNB, recently announced that it had sold its assets in the Dakota Access Pipeline and that it is reconsidering its loan, accounting for 10 percent of the total funding for the project. There are 17 banks directly funding the pipeline project, according to Food & Water Watch. They are:

Wells Fargo
BNP Paribas
SunTrust
The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ
Mizuho Bank
Citibank (CitiGroup)
TD Securities
Credit Agricole
Intesa SanPaolo
ING Bank
Natixis
BayernLB
BBVA Securities
DBN Capital
ICBC London
SMBC Nikko Securities
Societe General


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