The Consolidated Non-financial Statement (CNFS) includes and extends the content of the previous Sustainability Report, in accordance with art. 4 of Legislative Decree 254 of 2016. The law was issued in implementation of the European Directive n. 95 of 2014 which seeks to favor the transparency and comparability of non-financial information by large companies.
The Intesa Sanpaolo CNFS complies with the internationally recognized reporting standard of the Global Reporting Initiative, in its most recent edition (GRI Standards) and takes into consideration the recommendations of the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures.
It is a tool reflecting the Group's ability to operate in line with stated objectives and values, responding to the expectations of its counterparts who are involved in a structured process of listening and dialogue.
It begins with a letter to stakeholders signed by the Managing Director and CEO and by the Chairman of the Board, then goes on to examine the relevant issues, including society, employees, environment and climate change, human rights. It describes our business model, policies, initiatives, indicators and risk management with reference to 2017 and looks to the future with a section dedicated to improvement objectives that includes the contents of the 2018-2021Business Plan, with a special focus on creating value for all stakeholders and on strengthening leadership in Corporate Social Responsibility.
To ensure maximum diffusion the document was drawn up with particular attention to the inclusion of the blind and visually impaired, following accessibility rules certified by the LIA Foundation (Accessible Italian Books).