Unipol Group’s policies and actions contribute to Sustainable Development Goals
The Unipol Group has decided to include in its Non-Financial Reporting (DFN), pursuant to Decree 254/2016, the overall model used by the organisation to plan, develop and manage its activities as part of a constant process of improvement, going beyond mere compliance with the regulatory requirement. In line with best international practice, in order to check the compliance of its Non-Financial Reporting with the provisions of the Decree and the “Sustainability Reporting Standards” issued in 2016 by the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) and used according to the “GRI Referenced” approach, the annual integrated report undergoes a limited assurance process, according to the ISAE3000 standard. In addition, for the reporting of information related to climate change, reference is made to the recommendations published by the Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) in June 2017, as well as the more recent “Guidelines on Reporting Climate-Related Information” of the European Commission (June 2019), as additional support for reporting on a topic that is increasingly important and complex in light of the growing expectations of stakeholders.
Consult the table to learn more about the arrangement non-financial content and how the policies and actions of the Unipol Group support the achievement of the UN 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
How we create value for our stakeholders
12.31.192019 Integrated Consolidated Financial Statements
12.31.192019 Ethics Report Unipol Group
12.31.192019 Sustainability Report - UnipolSai
12.31.19United Nations Global Compact - Communication on Progress 2019
12.31.19Unipol and climate change - 2019 Reporting climate-related information
05.28.19Path to Sustainability 2019-2021