The fund company (CEO and board) has set up guidelines with the framework for which criteria we should screen for. We update the guidelines annually and inform clients of changes either through our quarterly reports and/or at our website.There are some differences between the funds on which criteria they must take notice of with regards to the negative screening. None of the funds can invest in companies involved in controversial weapons. The other products and sectors we screen for are pornography, weapons, alcohol, tobacco, commersial gaming and fossil fuels. Some funds do not allow any of the companies to be involved in these areas at all, and some do allow some sectors to some extent. To some extent we have set the criteria in dialouge with clients but mostly it is the decision of the portfolio managers, with of course the company guidelines as a framework. When it comes to the norm based screening the guidelines states that investments should only be made in companies that do not breach international conventions and norms on environment, social aspects (human rigths, labour rights, corruption) and corporate govnernance. The screening service provider sets up screening with regards to a number of international conventions including those mentioned above. The screening is performed at least four times a year.