Sustainable Development: presentation of The European House - Ambrosetti study on the non-financial impacts of the Unipol Group
- Unipol generated environmental benefits of €4.3m in the 2015-2017 three-year period through a reduction in costs related to CO2 emissions and the increased use of renewable sources.
- Unipol spent €940m on acquisitions in 2017, generating significant effects in terms of the economic system, added value and impacts on employment.
- The positive impact of the efficient management of MV liability insurance and general liability insurance claim payments (average duration 67.3 days) amounted to over €53m compared to settling civil cases (average duration 864 days).
- €360m in investments to support sustainable undertakings.
The Unipol Group presented its second Integrated Report today in Torre Velasca in Milan; this document integrates the company’s financial performance in 2017 with its performance in social and environmental sustainability. A round table discussion called “Measure value to create value” (“Misurare il valore per creare valore”) was organised to mark the occasion, during which the non-financial impacts of the Group were also presented from unpublished research by The European House - Ambrosetti.
Carlo Cimbri, Group CEO Unipol; Fabrizio Barca, Economist; Paolo Garonna, General Secretary of FeBAf, and Valerio De Molli, Managing Partner and CEO of The European House - Ambrosetti all took part in the event.
Please read the pdf document.