Our sustainability governance
A clear and solid governance is key to achieving our ambitious sustainability strategy
At UniCredit, the Board of Directors approves the Group strategy.
In support of the Board, the Corporate Governance, Nomination and Sustainability Committee (CGN&S) is also responsible for supervising sustainability topics within our Group.
The CGN&S plays a key role in ensuring that sustainability is fully embedded in the Group's business strategy as an important component of the business model.
The Committee also supervises ethics matters, supported in this task by the Chief Ethics Officer who is in charge of fostering a Do the right thing! culture with all stakeholders, as well as providing Group guidelines on ethical topics.
The Committee monitors the evolution of sustainability, in accordance with international guidelines and principles, monitoring the Group's performance whilst proactively aligning with stakeholders.
At executive level, the Executive Management Committee, chaired by the Group CEO, defines the Group business strategies.
The Group Sustainability structure supports the CGN&S and Group Management to define strategies and policies that incorporate sustainability criteria. Moreover, Group Sustainability has a permanent member in the Group Reputational Risk Committee (GRRC), responsible for the assessment of the reputational risks of initiatives, bank transactions, projects, customers and other business activities.
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