Unipol Group presents its first Integrated Report
The Unipol Group has released its first Integrated Report which combines the information of traditional financial statements with the Group’s significant non-financial performance, based on the International Integrated Reporting Framework model.
The company’s environmental, social and governance performance is outlined in the report, amongst other matters.
Significant results from the Unipol report show that throughout 2016, the company committed to:
- fairness in the distribution of the value created, with €3,830m distributed by the Group to various stakeholders (employees, agents, suppliers, public administration, shareholders and lenders);
- contribution to reducing the effects of climate change, with a reduction of CO2 emissions per employee by 4.9% compared to the year 2015;
- support for and promotion of the green economy, with €105m invested by the Group in companies operating in that industry;
- contribution to the growth of the Country, supporting the development of SMEs and the increase in insurance awareness.
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