Close relations with our main stakeholders create long-term value and support individual and collective growth.
UniCredit is setting a new benchmark for banking: one that delivers for all stakeholders. Group Stakeholder Engagement exists to ensure we understand and engage with every single one of those stakeholders - internal and external - so that our success is a shared success.
Sustainability is an evolving topic and we invest to provide our colleagues with state of the art ESG skills and knowledge.
Financing transformation is key for society. With our expertise we drive sustainable and fair change with our clients and communities.
In Central Europe we embed sustainability in all that we do. We aim to lead by example and adopt the right tools to support our clients and communities to navigate the just and green transition.
The three S to successfully implement our UniCredit’s ESG Roadmap in Eastern Europe are Structure, Simplicity and Speed. And our timeline is ASAP - as soon, but also as sustainably, as
Results and targets
feedback provided by stakeholders
contribution to communities
production of Social Lending
new production (2022-2024) Social Lending
by UniCredit in 2022
(+3 vs competitors at Group level)
meetings with investors, analysts and rating agencies
as measured by the former London Benchmarking
Group (LBG), now Business for Societal Impact (B4SI)
disbursed loans of Microcredit
for a total amount of €151m
beneficiaries of financial education initiatives (of
which more than 143,900 are young and 85,800
focused to contrast educational poverty across
Europe by prioritizing three areas of impact: School,
Job and University
donated for post Covid-19 emergency
collected in the 20th edition of the Gift Matching Programme
projects financed with Impact Financing for a total amount of c.€456m
beneficiaries reached by Impact Financing projects since 2020
jobs created by the financed organizations since 2020 (of which more than 750 are job inclusion)
supported linked to circular economy initiatives