Sustainability in the Finance Sector | EcoVadis
As the crisis unfolds, companies are finding it difficult to ask the right questions and make tough but necessary choices with their supplier relationships. Join James Gellert, Chairman & CEO of R
Our Sustain session on sustainable finance explored stakeholder pressure, third-party ratings and the organizational and societal value of sustainability.
As the business and financial implications of the COVID-19 crisis continue to unfold, it is not surprising to see a range of emergency measures being taken to secure businesses and support stakeholder
ING and EcoVadis have expanded their relationship to help ING’s business lending customers on the sustainability mission that is central to both companies’ values
The COVID-19 crisis shows how sustainable companies can better persevere through the volatility and push even more companies to accelerate their transition toward a stakeholder-based model.
Contrary to common belief, with its global presence firmly established, the financial services sector has a considerable supply chain impact.
Nearly 100 professionals in procurement, supply chain and sustainability gathered together for EcoVadis’ first North American Sustainable Procurement and Finance Roundtable Series to learn more...
New regulations and consumer demands are increasingly putting pressure on businesses to be more transparent. As a result, more and more companies include sustainability clauses in contracts with...
Last month ING Wholesale Banking launched their Sustainable Improvement Loan, with EcoVadis as a key partner providing our Business Sustainability Ratings that are used in the loan rate...
Non-financial information (NFI) disclosures provide transparency on the environmental and social impacts related to their business’s operations.
Lacking a physical supply chain, the financial services sector faces unique sustainability challenges, which when addressed properly, can be catalysts for global sustainability improvements.
Supplier Risk takes Center Stage for businesses across the financial ecosystem as they are now responsible for actions and performance of their vendors.
Paris, December 2nd, 2015 Dear Clients, Dear followers, I wanted to give you a glimpse of the COP21 that just started as I was lucky to attend yesterday morning in Paris-Le Bourget. You probably...
Société Générale is one of the largest banking groups in Europe. In this video, the Responsible Sourcing Manager speaks about the company’s responsible sourcing program in more detail.