Webranking 2021 Italy and Europe
The “Webranking 2021 Italy” e “Europe Webranking 2021" researches realized by Lundquist-Comprend evaluate the quality of communication and transparency on the digital channels of the main respectively Italian and European companies listed on the stock exchange.
Intesa Sanpaolo has been confirmed in the group of "Best Improvers" moving from 19th to 17th place in the Italian ranking and from 28th to 19th place in the European ranking, gaining the inclusion in the European top 20.
A special mention has been received as best performer in sustainability thanks to the representation of the sustainability strategy that integrates the quantitative aspects with specific objectives and with the narration of concrete initiatives and the presence of interactive data. It has been positively reported also the approach of the story relating to stakeholder engagement.
Oscar di Bilancio - Special Prize Non-financial Statement
Intesa Sanpaolo wins the 2021 Oscar di Bilancio - Special Prize Non-financial Statement.
The Oscar di Bilancio is an award, promoted by FERPI (Italian Federation of Public Relations), Borsa Italiana and Bocconi University, which annually rewards the most virtuous companies in reporting and in managing relationships with stakeholders.
The recognition to Intesa Sanpaolo confirms the Group's ability to report in a complete and transparent way, through its 2020 Consolidated Non-financial Statement, the commitments and results in the ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) area in line with the objectives and values declared at a strategic level, responding to the expectations of its stakeholders who are involved in a systematic process of listening and dialogue.
S&P Global Sustainability Award Bronze Class 2021
Intesa Sanpaolo has been included in S&P Global's Sustainability Yearbook 2021, receiving the Sustainability Award Bronze Class 2021 for its sustainability performances. The Sustainability Yearbook publishes the annual ranking of the world's most sustainable companies.
S&P Global is the company that evaluates companies for their inclusion in the Dow Jones Sustainability Indices annually.
Global 100 - Corporate Knights
The Canadian Corporate Knights magazine confirms Intesa Sanpaolo - the only Italian bank - among the 100 most sustainable companies in the world; about 8,000 companies were evaluated compared to 24 indicators that analyze, among others, the issues relating to environmental sustainability, human resources, gender equality, revenues from green goods and services, commitment to sustainability.