Sustainability Documents

To download and view the documentation on the sustainability policies of Banca Generali.

ESG Governance

Sustainability Policy It sets out the process of identifying, assessing and managing ESG-related risks and opportunities.
Charter of Sustainability Commitments It defines the long-term strategic goals for doing business responsibly and living in the community, helping to create a healthy, resilient and sustainable society.
Rules Regulating the Proceedings of Meetings of the Board of Directors and of Board Committees They describe in detail the functioning of the corporate bodies, particularly focusing on the Nomination, Governance and Sustainability Committee, which oversees the Group’s capacity to create long-lasting value.
Diversity Policy for Members of Company Bodies It lays down the criteria for promoting diversity in terms of various aspects, such as gender, age, position, skills, educational background and professional profile within the organisation, starting with the composition of its company bodies.

Business integrity and anti-corruption

Internal Code of Conduct It establishes the rules of conduct for those who work or act on behalf of Banca Generali to ensure conduct in accordance with the highest standards of business integrity with regard to the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises and Corporate Governance Principles, UN and ILO conventions for the universal protection of human and workers' rights and the UN Global Compact.
Ethical Code for Suppliers of the Generali Group It delineates the principles of behaviour and conduct expected of contractual partners offering services or products to Banca Generali, with regard in particular to compliance with the principles of ethics, propriety, fairness and transparency, as well as compliance with the laws on data protection, worker protection and environmental protection.
Whistleblowing Procedure It lays down the principles, methods and control measures adopted to manage reports of laws and company regulations, ensuring the identity of whistleblowers remains confidential and that they are protected against retaliation.
Organisational and Management Model It sets out the system for identifying and mitigating the risks that members of the company bodies and those who work or act on behalf of the Bank may commit the offences identified in Legislative Decree No. 231 of 2001 in the interest of the organisation, including offences against the public administration, tax offences, occupational health and safety offences and environmental offences.
Policy for Managing Money-Laundering and Terrorist Financing Risks It formulates the roles, responsibilities, processes and internal control systems that prevent the risk of money-laundering and terrorist financing in the conduct of the activity.
Wolfsberg Group Correspondent Banking Due Diligence Questionnaire It details the characteristics of the system and procedures adopted to prevent money-laundering and terrorist financing in the conduct of the Group's activities on the basis of the questionnaire prepared by the Wolfsberg Group.
Policies on connected party transactions They establish the system for identifying and mitigating the risks that the proximity of certain individuals to the Bank's decision-making centres may jeopardise the objectivity and impartiality of decisions regarding the granting of loans and other transactions potentially detrimental to depositors and shareholders.

Integration of ESG factors into key processes

Responsible investment policies They lay out the methods whereby the Bank integrates the consideration of ESG factors into the investment processes relating to proprietary and client portfolios, in line with the Principles for Responsible Investment, the Principles for Responsible Banking and the UN Global Compact.
Conflicts of Interest Management Policy It sets out the system protecting clients' interests in the provision of investment services and activities, and additional services.
Policy for the Environment and Climate It identifies the guiding principles that have to be followed by Banca Generali’s environmental management strategies and objectives in order to ensure that the environment is protected, pollution prevented, biodiversity safeguarded and conserved and that the challenges posed by climate change are met.
Remuneration Policy and Report It illustrates the pillars of the policy and mechanisms of operation of the structure of the incentive system for the Banking Group's key personnel, focusing on the alignment of performance objectives and indicators with strategic targets, including ESG objectives.
Personal Data Protection Policy It lays down the key principles and fundamental requirements of reference in processing the personal data of clients, personnel and other relevant stakeholders in accordance with the European General Data Protection Regulation.
Security Policy It describes the objectives, basic principles and main responsibilities regarding security protection at Banca Generali, including cybersecurity and the protection of the Group's operating continuity.

ESG Reporting

Annual Integrated Report It describes Banca Generali Group's sustainability performance according to the integrated reporting framework issued by the International Integrated Reporting Council and a set of indicators selected by the GRI Sustainability Reporting Standard.
Independent Auditors’ Report on the Consolidated Non-Financial Statement It certifies the results of the limited assurance on the ESG performance conducted by the auditing firm according to the ISAE 3000 Revised standard and included in the Non-financial Statement.
Investor presentation on ESG Summary of Banca Generali's sustainability model, strategies and performance.
Corporate Governance Report It highlights Banca Generali’s degree of compliance with the principles and application criteria established by the Corporate Governance Code of Borsa Italiana and international best practices.
Country by Country Report It details the nature of the activity performed and, separately for each country, the amount of turnover generated, profits earned, taxes paid, number of employees and amount of public funding received.