Annual Business and Sustainability Report
Eurobank issues its Reports with a view to fully informing its stakeholders about its performance in the sustainable development pillars (economy, society, environment).
The 2019 Annual Business and Sustainability Report was prepared in compliance with the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) international framework (GRI Standards) and the GRI Financial Services Sector Supplement. The following principles were also taken into account:
- The 10 Principles of the United Nations Global Compact.
- The 7 fundamental Corporate Responsibility Principles of the ISO 26000:2010 International Standard.
- The AccountAbility AA1000 2008 Principles.
Acknowledging the significance of external assurance for the 2019 Annual Business and Sustainability Report, and aiming to achieve transparency and to strengthen the credibility of the data and information presented, Eurobank assigned the external assurance of the Report’s content to PricewaterhouseCoopers SA independent auditors.
- 2019 Annual Business and Sustainability Report.
- 2019 Materiality Analysis.
- GRI Standards Content Index, ISO 26000:2010 Table and AA1000 Accountability Principles (2008).
View previous annual reports.
Since 2010, we have been issuing an annual Environmental Report, based on the guidelines for environmental reporting of the Eco-Management and Audit Scheme (EMAS), as developed by the European Commission.
The Environmental Report includes information about:
- Our Environmental Policy.
- Our environmental impact.
- Our environmental performance and results, based on the targets we have set.
Download the 2019 Environmental Report.
Previous Environmental Reports:
UNEP FI Self-Assessment Report
In 2021 Eurobank published its first self-assessment report, monitoring its Progress against the UNEP FI Principles for Responsible Banking (PRB) over the first 18 months after signing the UNEP FI PRB.
The Report shows the steps Eurobank has already taken to implement the UNEP FI PRB, as well as the steps forward.
The disclosures are in line with the PRB reporting template. The following information is presented for each PRB:
- Self-assessment areas and requirements (provided by the UNEP FI).
- Eurobank’s steps towards implementing PRB.
- How this information is integrated into Eurobank’s reporting.