NatWest, HSBC, Barclays, Royal London, People’s Pension and Nest all invest in companies that produce nuclear weapons and they need to hear that their customers think this is unacceptable.
Nuclear weapons are unique in their potential for indiscriminate and massive scale destruction but, unlike other weapons such as landmines, are still widely invested in by companies we trust with our money. Since the entry into force of the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (TPNW) in January 2021, nuclear weapons assume a similar status under international law to that of cluster munitions and landmines from which financial institutions have disinvested.
We have put together everything you need to call for your bank or pension provider to make that change.
If you use Twitter then follow the links below to find tweets and graphics for you to send on the date of the action (often the date of their AGM). Or you can find many of these tweets by following @UKNWRFG
If you want to send a letter then follow the links below to find a template letter. We have included email and postal addresses so you can choose how you want to send the letter to the CEO or CE.
If you receive a reply then we would love to know! Please drop an email to firstname.lastname@example.org as this will be so helpful in judging how receptive the company is to ending their nuclear weapons investment.