In September 2015, the UN defined its Sustainable Development Goals (SDG), which follow up on...
This year, BNP Paribas has moved from no 82 to no 35 in the ranking of the Global 100 most sustainable corporations by the Canadian magazine "Corporate Knives", the “Magazine for Clean Capitalism” but also and independent research and advisory company in investments.
Published, like every year, for the occasion of the World Economic Forum in Davos, this ranking distinguishes 12 French companies. Among them, BNP Paribas boasts the 5th spot, and is the only French bank. The Group entered this ranking in 2015.
“We are really proud to be part of this internationally-renowned ranking and to see our progress. It reflects BNP Paribas’ efforts to contribute to the world’s sustainable economic development, particularly by financing the economy in an ethical way. Moreover, it is recognition for the teams which have worked on these themes in all the Bank’s business lines”, says Laurence Pessez, Head of Corporate Social Responsibility at BNP Paribas.
2016: Best improvement of the Group’s performance since 2011
With an overall score of 64/100, BNP Paribas takes top spot in the diversified banks (Europe)...