The Sustainability Policy, approved by the Board of Directors at the beginning of 2018, formalised the corporate culture standards, behavioural styles and goals of the Unipol Group.
The Sustainability Policy defines the strategies for the pursuit of the sustainable Success targets, and defines the Group’s commitments to improve its sustainability results and manage and reduce the ESG risks that it is exposed to, in accordance with the overall Group risk management system, and the impacts on the ESG factors generated by the Group as a result of its business activities and relations.
The Policy also specifies the roles and responsibilities of the corporate bodies and divisions involved in the ESG risk management process.
The Sustainability Policy, inspired by the Sustainable Development Goals and Global Compact principles, commit the company in the following areas:
Protection of human and workers’ rights
Protection of the environment, the land, sea and freshwater ecosystems and tackling climate change
Honesty and transparency towards customers
Honest business practices, with special attention towards lobbying and tax strategy practices
The integration of sustainability into the business