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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.​


Preventive management

Risks concerning the Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) area and published in the 2019 Consolidated Non-Financial Statement (CNFS) have been drafted jointly by the Sustainability Team, the Manager of the Operational and Reputational Risk Service and the owners of the functions involved for the material topics reported in the CNFS.
Specifically, sustainability risks were mapped with reference to customers, personnel, corruption, environment and human rights - including in the latter area the supply chain and credit policies - both through interviews with the managers of the relevant area as well as through the analysis of the internal ad hoc regulations in force (e.g., specialist manuals).
The validation of the entire process enabled the definition of each risk, its nature (if generated and/or incurred), the related impacts and the appropriate mitigation actions. Below is a summary of the main socio-environmental risks.