Crédit Agricole Group's Code of Ethics
This new code of ethics expresses Crédit Agricole Group’s commitment to behaviour that reflects all its values and principles of action vis-à-vis its customers, mutual shareholders, shareholders, as well as its suppliers and all stakeholders with whom it engages. It acts as a responsible employer.
Our Code of ethics, beyond merely applying all the legal, regulatory and industry rules governing our various businesses, reflects our desire to do even more to better serve our customers, who have been our raison d’être since day one.
Our commitment: protecting resources
CACEIS pays particular attention to our greenhouse gas emissions, consumption of energy, water and commodities (paper), waste recycling and the impact of financial products on sustainable consumer spending.
To take just one example, CACEIS was involved in the planting of 8,000 trees in four forests in France in 2015. This initiative reflects the commitment on the part of Crédit Agricole S.A shareholders to eliminate hard copies of documents associated with the General Meeting. Consequently, a tree was planted for every e-convocation.
CACEIS, awarded the EcoVadis Gold rating
CACEIS’s overall score increased from 65 in February 2016 to 70 in March 2017, notably as a result of the progress we have made in the area of Sustainable Procurement.
In 2016, CACEIS’s overall score had already improved thanks to the Fair Business Practices and Labour Practices categories.
This rating underscores CACEIS Group’s status as a socially responsible company in the eyes of our clients, partners and prospects.
The score assigned is based upon an analysis of CACEIS’s policies, actions and results in environmental, social, ethical, procurement and CSR management categories.
- Environment: greenhouse gas emissions, consumption of energy, water, commodities (paper), waste and the impact of financial products on sustainable consumption
- Social: health and safety of employees, working conditions, social dialogue, career management and training, discrimination and fundamental human rights
- Ethics: corruption, anti-competitive practices, responsible marketing
- Procurement: environmental and social performance of providers