INTESA SANPAOLO publishes its Consolidated Non-financial Statement as at 30 June 2019


One of the very few banks in the world to publish on a voluntary basis an infra-annual document on its non-financial performance.


Turin - Milan, 30 September 2019 – In the 2018-2021 Business Plan, Intesa Sanpaolo is committed to strengthening its leadership in Corporate Social Responsibility and becoming a reference model in terms of sustainability and social and cultural responsibility.


Consistent with this commitment, Intesa Sanpaolo – amongst the very few banks in the world – has published, on a voluntary basis, a statement as at 30 June 2019 in the form of a structured and organic document that discloses through a set of quantitative indicators an update on the Group’s performance achieved in respect of ESG (environmental, social, governance) issues in the first half of the year.


The document confirms the central role of Intesa Sanpaolo in supporting projects promoting the social, cultural and civil growth of the communities in which it operates.


The Consolidated Non-financial Statement as at 30 June 2019 is available in the Sustainability section of the Intesa Sanpaolo Group website.


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Intesa Sanpaolo is one of the soundest and most profitable banks in Europe, offering commercial banking, asset management, corporate investment banking and insurance services. It is the leading Bank in Italy, with approximately 12 million customers who are assisted through both digital and traditional channels. The Group’s international subsidiary banks serve 7.2 million customers across Eastern Europe, the Middle East and North Africa. Intesa Sanpaolo is considered one of the most sustainable banks in the world. For the Group, creating value means being a driver of social and economic growth.

As regards the environment, the Group has set up a 5-million-euro fund for the circular economy. Intesa Sanpaolo supports major economic inclusion and poverty reduction projects, including an impact fund of 1.2 billion euro for loans available to social groups who struggle to access credit. Intesa Sanpaolo has a high level of involvement in cultural initiatives, organised by itself or in collaboration with other entities in Italy and further afield. These include permanent and temporary exhibitions showcasing the Bank’s impressive artistic heritage at the Gallerie d’Italia, the Group’s museums located in Milan, Naples and Vicenza.



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