Non-Financial Information

The indicators for non-financial reporting have been defined using the “Sustainability Reporting Standards” issued by the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) as methodological reference.

The table below shows the connections between the indicators of the GRI standards and the topics of Legislative Decree 254 of 30/12/2016. It also shows how the Unipol Group’s policies and actions contribute to the Sustainable Development Goals of the UN 2030 Agenda, in line with the business model and strategies in place.

Reporting of the topics above is contained in the Group’s Annual Integrated Report, in accordance with the Guiding Principles of the International  <IR> Framework and in compliance with current legislation.
The scope of non-financial reporting, pursuant to the requirements of Decree 254/2016, coincides with that of the Consolidated Financial Statements, including the companies consolidated line by line for financial reporting at 31 December 2019.

Table of contents of Non-Financial Information

Issue indicated in Italian
Legislative Decree
254/2016
Italian Legislative Decree 254/2016 Page reference in the Annual Integrated ReportSDGs
Material topics Art. 3, par. 1  Page 12: “Consolidated Non-Financial Statement pursuant to Italian Legislative Decree no. 254/2016”
Pages 31-35: “Risks, opportunities and strategy” - “Mission Evolve”: the 2019-2021 strategies” - “Stakeholder engagement
tools and processes”;
Pages 35-36: “Risks and opportunities” - “Mission Evolve”: the 2019-2021 strategies” - “Material
topics”
 
Organisation and management model Art. 3, par. 1a Pages 16-17: “The Unipol Group” - “Activities and sectors”; Pages 18-19: “The Unipol Group” - “Group highlights”
Pages 46-49: “The creation of value” - “Capital performance” - “Human capital”;
Pages 50-54: “The creation of value” -
“Capital performance” - “Social and relational capital”;
Pages 59-62: “The creation of value” - “Shared value: the impacts
generated by the Unipol Group” - Support to the realisation of the 2030 Agenda and contribution to combatting the climate
emergency;
Pages 66-75: “Governance” - “Internal Control and Risk Management System”
 
Business policies, results, indicators Art. 3, par. 1b Pages 8-9: “Letter from the Chairman and Letter from the Chief Executive Officer”
Pages 29-30: “Future orientation in the use of capital”
Pages 40-41: “The creation of value” - “Capital performance” - “Financial Capital”
Pages 50-54: “The creation of value” - “Capital performance” - “Social and relational capital”
Pages 57-63: “The creation of value” - “Shared value: the impacts generated by the Unipol Group”
Pages 64-65: “Governance” - “Corporate Governance”


1. No proverty
3. Good health
8. Good employment and economic growth
9. Innovation and infrastructure
12. Responsible use of resources
17. Partnerships for sustainable development

Main risks Art. 3, par. 1c Pages 29-30: “Future orientation in the use of capital”
Pages 32-33: “Mission Evolve”: the 2019-2021 strategies – “The Unipol Group’s climate strategy”
Pages 66-75: “Governance” - “Internal Control and Risk Management System”
 13. Combating climate change
Energy resources, water resources, emissions Art. 3, par. 2a
Art. 3, par. 2b
Pages 54-56: “The creation of value” - “Capital performance” - “Natural capital”
Page 75: “Governance” - “Internal Control and Risk Management System” - “Sanctions”


6. Clean water and sanitation services
7. Renewable and accessible energy
12. Sustainable production and consumption
13. Combating climate change

Impact on the environment, health and safety Art. 3, par. 2c
Pages 40-41: “The creation of value” - “Capital performance” - “Financial Capital”
Pages 50-54: “The creation of value” - “Capital performance” - “Social and relational capital”
11. Sustainable cities and communities
12. Sustainable production and consumption
Human Resource management and gender balance Art. 3, par. 2d Pages 46-49: “The creation of value” - “Capital performance” - “Human capital”
Pages 64-65: “Governance” - “Corporate Governance”
Pages 77-78: “Governance” - “Remuneration system and incentives”
4. Quality education
5. Gender equality
8. Good employment and economic growth
Respect for human rights Art. 3, par. 2e Pages 14-15: “The Unipol Group” - “Unipol Group Vision, Mission and Values”
Pages 64-68: “Governance” - “Internal Control and Risk Management System” - The monitoring of social, environmental and
governance risks (“ESG risks”)
Pages 110-111: “Other information” - “Ethics Report” and “CoP”
8. Good employment and economic growth
12. Sustainable production and consumption
Fight against corruption Art. 3, par. 2f Pages 67-71: “Governance” - “Internal Control and Risk Management System” - “The monitoring of social, environmental and
governance risks (“ESG risks”)”;
Pages 72-73: “Governance” - “Internal Control and Risk Management System” - “Protection
of personal data”;
Page 74: “Governance” - “Internal Control and Risk Management System” - “Anti-corruption”
Page 75: “Governance” - “Internal Control and Risk Management System” - “Sanctions”
16. Peace and Justice
Reporting standard adopted Art. 3, par. 3, 4 and 5 Page 12: “Consolidated Non-Financial Statement pursuant to Italian Legislative Decree no. 254/2016”
Pages 114-115: “Synoptic table with non-financial information”
Diversity among members of the administration bodies  Art. 10, par. 1a Pages 64-65: “Governance” - “Corporate Governance”
Pages 66-75: “Internal Control and Risk Management System”
Pages 77-78: “Governance” - “Remuneration system and incentives”
5. Gender equality