BMO GAM Sustainable UMAP range divests from Microsoft

Concerns about military connections

James Baxter-Derrington
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Simon Holmes of BMO GAM

BMO Global Asset Management’s Sustainable Universal MAP fund range has divested from Microsoft over concerns relating to the military uses for some of its newly developed hardware.

HoloLens, which is described by the technology firm as an "untethered mixed reality device", offers the wearer augmented reality, which, despite its consumer marketing, can be altered for use on the battlefield....

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