Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) refers to an organization's commitment to operating in an ethical and responsible manner, considering the impact of its activities on society, the environment, and stakeholders. Financial institutions often combine different models or approaches to CSR, depending on their specific priorities, market context, and stakeholder expectations. Regardless of the chosen model, successful implementation of CSR in financial institutions requires strong leadership commitment, dedicated resources, effective stakeholder engagement, robust ESG risk management frameworks, and transparent reporting mechanisms.
During this event we will discuss best practices of financial institutions CSR models and discover together how CSR models should align with the organization's vision, values, and long-term sustainability objectives, and at the same time be supported by effective governance structures, stakeholder engagement, and robust monitoring and reporting mechanisms.
Partner, Director of Sustainability
Senior Community Advisor
ESG Advisor to the Board