Intesa Sanpaolo is present in some of the major sustainability indices, where the selection of securities is based not only on financial performance but also on conduct marked by corporate social and environmental responsibility. The analysis carried out for admission to these indices therefore relates to environmental, social, governance and business ethics issues (ESG analysis - Environment, Social, Governance).
DJSI World and DJSI Europe @.
DJSI World and DJSI EuropeSelection is dependent on an annual assessment carried out by Robeco SAM, with a best-in-class criterion based on three aspects: economic and governance, social and environmental.
FTSE4Good Global and FTSE4Good Europe @.
FTSE4Good Global and FTSE4Good EuropeThe analysis conducted uses only publicly available information on the three ESG areas, with assessment in 14 sectors and the use of approximately 350 indicators.
"The A list: The CDP Climate Performance Leadership Index 2014" @.
Includes 187 listed companies selected for their advanced approach to climate change mitigation.
Euronext Vigeo Europe 120 and Euronext Vigeo Eurozone 120 @.
Euronext Vigeo Europe 120 and Euronext Vigeo Eurozone 120 Inclusion is based on an assessment conducted on the three ESG areas and also includes analysis of any disputes.
Ethibel Excellence Investment Register (Ethibel Excellence Index Global and Europe) @.
Ethibel Excellence Investment Register (Ethibel Excellence Index Global and Europe)The assessment is conducted by Vigeo on the three ESG areas and also includes analysis of any disputes.
UN Global Compact 100 stock index @.
Covers the 100 businesses that have adopted the UN Global Compact's ten principles and are distinguished at global level for their attention to sustainability issues and for their financial performance.
Standard Ethics Italian Banks @, with assessment based solely on corporate governance.
Standard Ethics Italian on corporate social responsibility and corporate governance.
MSCI Global Sustainability @, with assessment based on the three ESG areas.
MSCI Low Carbon, for which carbon emissions are assessed.
ECPI Indices @.
The assessment is based on an analysis of public information on the three ESG areas and also assesses risks and any disputes.
In 2014 Intesa Sanpaolo gained numerous awards. For its environmental initiatives, the Bank was included among the top twenty “green” banks in Bloomberg’s “World’s Greenest Banks” classification, and among the top hundred companies worldwide in Newsweek’s “World’s Greenest Companies 2014”.
From Osservatorio HR Innovation Practice the Bank received the best company award for the innovation of human resource management and development processes for the Training Department's Capusability project, designed to increase company training effectiveness. On the issue of inclusion, an important recognition came from the “Diversity & Inclusion Award Diversitalavoro”.
“INNOV@RETAIL”, the award for innovation of customer data management services, promoted by Accenture and Il Sole 24 Ore, was granted for the ABC analytics project, a new system of indicators made available to managers to improve their customer-related activities.