Oxfam Novib and IKV Pax Christi have discovered that the following companies are investing in technology vendors Finmeccanica and Netapp (companies that have provided filtering and deep packet inspection technologies to the Syrian government):
Aegon, Delta Lloyd, ING, ABN Amro (via subsidiary Neuflize), pension funds ABP, Bpf BOUW, Medical Specialists (Medische Specialisten), Metal & Technology (PMT), Metalektro (PME), Graphic Businesses (PGB), Railway Pension Fund, Family Doctors, Care and Well-being and Shell‘s Pension Fund.
Finmeccanica and Netapp directly and indirectly provided communication equipment (with which an eavesdropping infrastructure was built) to the Syrian government in 2011.
Dutch language news article:
Dutch ING Bank Not The Only One? Drug money and terrorism fuel HSBC? – Senate probe
Dutch ING Bank has agreed to pay a $619 million penalty for moving billions of dollars through the U.S. financial system at the behest of Cuba, Iran, Myanmar, Libya and Sudan, falsifying the records of New York financial institutions