Sustainability is an integral part of our corporate culture, as its practice represents an investment for the present and the future and contributes to promoting corporate ethics. We aim to create sustainable value for all stakeholders and a distinctive way of being and banking in our actions and relationships. According to Creval's values, we are committed to respecting the mission, pursuing the principles of sustainable development, enhancing our talents, safeguarding the environment, and supporting our communities.
Guide to reading the Consolidated Non-Financial Statement (DCNF)
Since 2017 Creval has had a formal internal process for the redaction of the DCNF in the form of a specific Group Policy (“Policy for the redaction of the Consolidated Non-financial Statement”).
Creval draws up the Consolidated Non-Financial Statement (DCNF) in compliance with Legislative Decree 254/2016 (with specific reference to articles 3 and 4), which covers to the extent necessary to ensure understanding of the business activity, its performance , its results and the impact produced by it, covers environmental, social, personnel, respect for human rights, the fight against active and passive corruption, which are relevant taking into account the activities and characteristics of the company; the Document does not only represent a mandatory reporting tool by law, but an innovative communication method that is not an end in itself and a sustainability management tool - starting from the value and rereading of the materiality matrix, which for the first time envisaged an extended process of stakeholder engagement.
The GRI Standards
The DCNF, drawn up in accordance with the "core" option of the "Global Reporting Initiative Sustainability Reporting Standard" (GRI Standards), certifies the presence of the information necessary to define the organizational nature, the material issues and the related impacts and management.
The GRI Standards define common reporting methods for companies aimed at identifying their economic, environmental and social impacts; contribute to enriching the sustainability information with a view to transparency and accountability of organizations. Sustainability reporting based on the GRI Standards intends to provide a "snapshot" of corporate activity in terms of sustainable development.