A leading banking group like Intesa Sanpaolo can have a significant impact on the society and environment in which it operates. It is therefore its responsibility to behave in a manner that is not just aimed at making profits but which also creates value over the long term for the Bank and its people, for its customers, for the community and for the environment.
This understanding has led to adhering to important international initiatives, such as the UN Global Compact and the Equator Principles, aimed at promoting dialogue among firms, international organisations and society in general and to pursue respect for the environment and human rights.
This is the concept of sustainability that Intesa Sanpaolo has adopted and the Business Plan 2014-2017 demonstrates the increasing integration of social and environmental issues into its business strategy and affirms the role that the Group must play in the territories in which it operates: the Bank as a growth driver both in terms of creating value and of support for the real economy; the Bank with a clear business model that takes into account the needs of all types of customer, simplifying and innovating; the Bank that sees human resources as a strategic asset to be enhanced through training and career development; the Bank that operates in the community and local areas to create shared value.
INTESA SANPAOLO – GREEN BOND
The Intesa Sanpaolo Group announces its first green bond for a total amount of 500 million euro, to finance projects and initiatives that promote environmental sustainability. This operation is in line with the Group's strategy that considers the environment as one of the cornerstones of its commitment to sustainability.
The Paper reports the 2016 contribution by the Intesa Sanpaolo Group in support of the community. Many case studies are included, with special attention to the initiatives that see young people and women play a leading role. For each case study the assessment of the results and the measurement of the impact of the contributions are included. (1,648 KB)
The "2016 Stakeholder engagement and 2017 improvement objectives" Paper has been published
The Paper describes the stakeholder engagement initiatives implemented by Corporate Social Responsibility, in close collaboration with the other Bank Departments. The purpose is to acknowledge priority stakeholder interests, highlighting the activities already undertaken to meet their expectations and the 2017 improvement objectives. (464 KB)
World Environmental Day: the Intesa Sanpaolo Group’s adhesion June 5 2017 - For the nine year in a row, Intesa Sanpaolo is taking part in the World Environment Day, the well-known event established by the UN General Assembly in 1972 to raise attention and engage public opinion and governments on environmental issues and climate change (125 KB).
Intesa Sanpaolo participates in the "M'illumino di meno" campaign The bank is again taking part in the "M'illumino di meno" initiative, sponsored by Caterpillar, a Rai Radio 2 programme, which aims at energy saving and rationalising consumption - 24/2/2017 (235 KB).
Intesa Sanpaolo among the 20 most sustainable companies in the world, according to the Global 100 ranking drawn up by Corporate Knights, the Canadian magazine specialised in sustainable capitalism.