For some, sustainability is just a buzzword. For Carlos Hank González and Banorte, it is how business is conducted—for the betterment of all.
Banorte’s commitment to sustainability and responsible banking is second to none in Mexico, and is recognized around the world.
Carlos Hank González was the only Mexican banker who was a founding signatory of the Principles for Responsible Banking that were presented in September 2019 at the UN headquarters in New York. Also, Banorte was a pioneer in Mexico in implementing a Social and Environmental Risk Management System that evaluates risks and possible impacts on the environment and communities before financing any project.
Sustainability is not a fad. At Banorte, it is part of our DNA, essential in our strategy and operations to generate value to our stakeholders.
Grupo Financiero Banorte was the only Mexican financial group to be included on the Dow Jones Sustainability MILA Pacific Alliance index and in the top 10 of Latin American companies on the sustainability index FTSE4Good Emerging Index of the London Stock Exchange.
This mission, Carlos Hank González said, “must take into account all stakeholders and recognize that the context has changed. If a recovery is going to happen, it must be sustainable.”
If a recovery is going to happen, it must be sustainable.
This is in addition to ambitious goals in smart mobility, waste reduction and energy efficiency. In 2020, it got an A- score, the highest in Mexico and Latin America, for the CPD 2020 edition, recognized as a global leader for climate change management.
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