Under pressure from the Rainforest Action Network to their lending sustainable, managers need at Royal Bank of Canada who choose to deal with issues of corporate citizenship and sustainability, whether the finance company in the production of oil from the oil sands of Alberta Canada continues to participate. The case asks students to consider the following questions: 1) The banks should hold for any business or industry the government to lend its sustainable? 2) What are the risks to lend … Read more »

Under pressure from the Rainforest Action Network to their lending sustainable, managers need at Royal Bank of Canada who choose to deal with issues of corporate citizenship and sustainability, whether the finance company in the production of oil from the oil sands of Alberta Canada continues to participate. The case asks students to consider the following questions: 1) The banks should hold for any business or industry the government to lend its sustainable? 2) What are the risks of lending to businesses some players consider untenable? 3) How should the banks react when under pressure from an interest group? 4) How does a bank decide what sustainable lending practice? This is an addition to RBC Finance Oil Sands (A), product number 910M15.
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Michael Sider
Jana Seijts,
Ramasastry Chandrasekhar
Source: Ivey Publishing
5 pages.
Publication Date: Jan 27, 2010. Prod #: 910M16-PDF-ENG
RBC – Financing Oil Sands (B) HBR case solution

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