Publishing our fourth annual climate-related disclosures


In 2023 we published our 2022 Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) Report, underlining our continued commitment to supporting a just and fair transition. The report also maps our progress so far against the TCFD’s four thematic areas representing core elements of how companies operate: Governance, Strategy, Risk Management, Metrics & Targets. 

The Financial Stability Board created the TCFD to improve and increase the reporting of climate-related financial information, helping companies provide better information to support informed capital allocation. This year’s UniCredit report represents our fourth annual disclosure aligned to the TCFD recommendations.

Read more in our TCFD Report 2022:

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UniCredit has always been committed to a fair and just transition. We recognise that the longer-term global threat of climate change, with its impact on nature, is ever present and ever more urgent. As a bank, we are committed to shaping a future for our clients and communities that is fairer, greener and more sustainable. We will help them to navigate the immediate challenges they face as citizens of Europe, while also providing them with the tools, support and knowledge they need to support their sustainability journey."

Andrea Orcel

Group Chief Executive Officer and Head of Italy

Fiona Melrose

UniCredit's unparalleled position across Europe will enable us to play a critical role in our whole continent's transition to a more sustainable future. We do not want to merely support the green transition. We want to lead it. We will continue to play our part as the bank for Europe's future – a future where environment and economy are secure.”

Fiona Melrose

Head of Group Strategy & ESG

Communicating our ESG progress so far

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