Strategy and Governance
Accessibility, farsightedness, respect, solidarity, and responsibility are the five key values identified by the Group Charter of Values
In order to put them into daily practice, Unipol is committed to establishing business strategies that create shared value with the stakeholders, making a real contribution towards the sustainable development of persons, businesses and territories.
Unipol is therefore committed to significantly contributing to achievement of the Sustainable Development goals through the realisation of its strategies with a specific impact on numbers 3, 8, 11, 12 and 13 of the SDGs.
The Group sustainability strategy defines sustainability as a strategic, long-term element that adds value and incorporates this approach into the entire insurance value chain and the other Group businesses. The strategy revolves around the management and monitoring of risks and opportunities associated with environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues.
The Unipol sustainability strategy is based on three key elements.
- • Innovation, aimed at improving the quality of life of customers by offering solutions for the protection, support and realisation of their projects.
- • Creating and capitalising on partnerships with businesses, institutions, territorial communities to support development and promote wellbeing.
- • The desire to contribute to the United Nations 2030 Agenda through actions in areas in which the Group believes it can have an impact.
In addition to the three sustainability elements closely linked to the core business, the Group concentrates on issues identified through the materiality analyses