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Investments in Extractive Companies

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Dear Pembroke College, Cambridge,

This is a formal request under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

Could you please provide the approximate value and number of shares or any other forms of direct investment, if any, currently held in each of the following companies by the college?
a) BHP
b) Anglo-American
c) Glencore
d) Freeport McMoRan
e) Rio Tinto
f) Vale S.A.

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Thank you very much for your assistance with this request. If you would like any clarification on the information I have asked for, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

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Yours faithfully,

Tahliah Balogun

Becky Coombs, Pembroke College, Cambridge

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https://www.pem.cam.ac.uk/college/about-...

Dr Becky Coombs
College Registrar
Pembroke College
Cambridge
01223 338112

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