ESG for the doValue Group

Sustainable value
Sustainable value

The strategic sustainability guidelines of doValue are the result of a long path started in 2016 by the Group, in collaboration with its stakeholders.

The attention of doValue on the ESG issues is reflected in a strategy which promotes financial inclusion and contributes to the sustainable development of the economic system. Aware of the growing importance of ESG issues in the global economy and the Group’s strategic role in the sustainable development of the financial system, doValue is committed to integrating Sustainability into the corporate strategy, incorporating ESG principles into the new Business Plan 2024-2026.

The path to sustainable growth is confirmed also by the top ESG Ratings assigned by the leading international agencies.
The doValue ESG framework is currently rated by MSCI ESG Ratings (rated “AAA”), Sustainalytics (rated “medium risk”) and Moody'S ANalytics (rated “Robust”).

The results achieved by the Group together with its Stakeholders are annually represented in the Consolidated Non-Financial Statements of doValue Group, prepared in accordance with the GRI Standards, Core option, provided by the Global Reporting Initiative Sustainability Reporting Standards defined in 2016 by the GRI - Global Reporting Initiative (“GRI Standards”), and follows the principles defined by the manual “GRI Standards: 101 Reporting Principles”, and in particular those of materiality, Stakeholder inclusiveness, sustainability context and completeness.

The results achieved together are summarized in:

In December 2021,  have been published the  first  Sustainability Plan and the related Group Sustainability Policy, providing guiding principles for the social and environmental areas identified as priorities. As of 31 December 2023, all the targets set by the 2021-23 Sustainability Plan have been met, confirming the Group’s commitment to contribute to the achievement of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) identified by the 2030 Agenda of the United Nations.