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ESG

Environmental, social, and corporate governance

Our ESG offer

ESG stands for "environmental, social, and governance," constituting the foundation of sustainability in business operations. These areas represent the environmental, social, and governance aspects that companies consider to promote sustainable development. In a business context, sustainability means that companies carefully consider how their business model, products, and services can contribute to a positive and long-term impact on society and the environment.

A crucial aspect of ESG is the company's risk management, implying that companies actively work to minimize any potential negative consequences of their operations. By integrating ESG criteria into decision-making, companies strive to create business models that are sustainable in the long term and consider both societal needs and the well-being of the planet.

This area not only explains what ESG stands for but also highlights how the bank actively integrates these principles into its capital management. It emphasizes the importance of ESG not just as a trend but as a fundamental factor influencing business decisions. Being aware of and acting in accordance with ESG criteria is becoming increasingly central in today's business world, contributing to fostering a responsible and sustainable economy.

Environmental.

Our environment is significantly impacted by what we produce and consume. Our production, spanning everything from cars to food, contributes to climate change, utilizes resources, and results in waste, emissions, deforestation, and loss of biodiversity, among other issues.

Social.

Companies bear responsibility for their employees and society at large, and this responsibility encompasses areas such as working conditions, employees' rights, and the promotion of diversity.

Corporate governance.

Corporate governance within a company acts as a control mechanism, addressing issues like bribery, corruption, taxation, executive compensation, shareholders' voting rights, and internal controls. We strongly believe that effective corporate governance is essential for the sustained development of companies, benefiting shareholders, employees, and society in the long term.

Increased transparency regarding the board's composition and shareholders' rights stands out as a critical aspect of corporate governance.

Rating.

ESG rating, standing for Environmental, Social, and Governance, is a comprehensive assessment of a company's performance in key sustainability and ethical criteria. Investors and stakeholders increasingly rely on ESG ratings to evaluate how well a company manages its impact on the environment, its social responsibility, and the effectiveness of its governance practices. This rating system goes beyond traditional financial metrics, providing a holistic view of a company's commitment to sustainable and ethical business practices. A high ESG rating is often indicative of a company's long-term resilience, ethical values, and its ability to navigate a rapidly changing business landscape while minimizing negative impacts on society and the environment.

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Our ESG report is crafted from a real estate perspective, offering valuable insights for professionals in the industry. It serves as a comprehensive resource, keeping you abreast of emerging laws, relevant statistics, benchmarking your key performance indicators against industry standards, and much more.

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