A large banking group like Intesa Sanpaolo is aware of having a significant impact on the social and environmental context in which it carries out its business thus choosing to act not only on the basis of profit, but also with the aim of creating long-term value for the Bank, its employees, customers, community and the environment.
Such awareness generates the adherence to important international initiatives, such as the United Nations Global Compact and the Equator Principles, aimed at promoting dialogue between companies, international organisations and society and to pursue respect for the environment and human rights.
In the new 2018-2021 Business Plan a sound and sustainable creation and distribution of value remains a priority, combined with a high level of capitalization and a reduction in risk profile, focusing on innovation and people as enabling factors. The Plan confirms the role of Intesa Sanpaolo as a real economy Bank and seeks to generate sustainable profitability to create value for all stakeholders, starting with our customers to whom we wish to offer an ever more personalised, innovative and complete service, with over 300 billion euro contributed to the economy over the four-year period.
Intesa Sanpaolo supports the recommendations of the "Task Force on Climate-related financial disclosures"
Intesa Sanpaolo supports the recommendations of the TCFD (Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures), established by the Financial Stability Board (FSB) – an international body that monitors the global financial system. Intesa Sanpaolo, as declared by Stefano Del Punta -Chief Financial Officer-, is therefore committed to the dissemination of a transparent reporting on the risks and opportunities related to climate change.
Intesa Sanpaolo's fourth Community Paper is published
The Paper reports the 2017 contribution by the Intesa Sanpaolo Group in support of solidarity, social and cultural projects and initiatives. It collects a selection of projects supported and reports the contribution to the community according to the international Standard LBG, which provides for an evaluation of the results and impacts on the beneficiaries and the collectivity. (2.827 KB).
Intesa Sanpaolo's first People Paper is published
Starting today is online the first Intesa Sanpaolo’s “People Paper”, publication curated by Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and Welfare, in collaboration with the structures of the Group that deal with the services for people. Dedicated to all colleagues and their families, the “Paper” encloses the interventions of the Group in the field of welfare, also in line with the Business Plan 2018-2021. (2.532 KB).
Intesa Sanpaolo's first Green Bond Report
Intesa Sanpaolo was the first Italian Bank to issue in 2017 a Green Bond, worth 500 million euros, fully allocated with 77 projects financed and more than 213,000 tons of CO2 emissions avoided, demonstrating the strong commitment of the Group in the sustainability and support of projects with a positive impact on the environment and energy efficiency. This document is the first annual report on the use of Green Bond proceeds. (4.718 KB).
World Environmental Day: the Intesa Sanpaolo Group’s adhesion June 5 2018 - For the tenth 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 (40 KB).
Intesa Sanpaolo's first Consolidated Non-financial Statement is published
The 2017 Consolidated Non-financial Statement (CNFS) includes and extends the content of the previous Sustainability Report as the result of long and well-established tradition and experience in sustainability reporting which distinguishes the Intesa Sanpaolo Group since it was first established and describes the results achieved, with a vision on the future. (3.486 KB).