• Sustainable finance

ESG: the essential reports from BNP Paribas

As the number of regulations, initiatives, coalitions, and commitments dedicated to sustainable finance grows, it is becoming more and more important to have meticulous methodologies and reporting on ESG criteria (environmental, social, governance). To that end, 2022 has already seen the release of major reports detailing the Group’s actions to accelerate toward a more sustainable and inclusive world. We take a look back at these important documents.

The Climate and analytics alignment report

After presenting its 2025 Strategic plan in February, BNP Paribas today releases its first “Climate Analytics and Alignment Report”. Documented, quantified, and based on climate data from the International Energy Agency (IEA), this report will serve as a compass for aligning our portfolio towards a net-zero economy. What are BNP Paribas’ objectives? To reduce carbon emissions in three key sectors: power generation, oil & gas, and automotive.

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The Microfinance social performance report

With the release of its first Microfinance Social Performance Report, BNP Paribas takes stock of the actions carried out by the Group in 2021 in the field of microfinance, while also highlighting more than 30 years of commitment to microfinance institutions (MFIs) across four continents.

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The annual TCFD report

The Group has also published its third annual report dedicated to describing its approach, analysis and management of the risks and opportunities related to climate change. This exercise in transparency is carried out following the recommendations of the Task Force for Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD), a working group set up in 2015 by the G20 Financial Stability Board to improve climate related financial reporting.

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The 2021 integrated report 

2021 was especially marked by the persistence of the global health crisis, still affecting our lifestyles and work, but also by a notable economic rebound. In this context, the Group has been fully mobilized to support the recovery of the economy and has been particularly resilient. It also continued to accelerate its digitalisation, confirmed its leadership in sustainable finance, and strengthened its support to its clients’ transition to more sustainable models. Detailed insights in the 2021 edition of the BNP Paribas Integrated Report.

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