We turn changes into
opportunities. We believe in the power of listening. We promote a culture of inclusiveness, with a view to to giving people value.
Because we are aware of the impact of our actions on the community.
We limit the
environmental impact of our activities through the reduction of consumption and the sustainable management of our staff’s mobility.
digital for all the main banking products, from current accounts to payments, loans and mortgages
paperless with remote signing and formal customer correspondence via PEC
Digital consulting via web collaboration or graphometric pin
Offices BREEAM energy certification of our offices
of remote-working employees in the last year
We are committed to building a
socially sustainable growth model that enhances diversity in all its forms and contributes to the dissemination of a financial culture.
Diversity & Inclusion
of women employees
of women managers
Training programmes and events to
promote the inclusion of women in banks and financial consultancy (Women of Widiba)
financial education initiatives and events every year
Member of Feduf, Foundation for Financial and Savings Education
Our commitment is reflected in the
sustainability factors integrated into our offering.
Our efforts extend to the
growth and promotion of our human capital.
Welfare & Training
of employee training and development
of management training for employees (Women Leadership Program)
of specialist training for our financial advisors
Financial Consulting & Instruments
ESG products and a constantly updated offering
Efpa Certified Financial Consultants
customers in the Customer Team involved in the company’s governance
of our customers feel looked after and satisfied
Environmental, Social, and Corporate Governance
Three criteria for sustainable investments
ESG stands for the three factors - Environmental, Social, and Corporate Governance - underlying sustainable investment.
Environmental and social sustainability lies at the heart of the policies of the European Union which, with the aim of containing the risk of incorrect ESG practices, has introduced
Regulation (EU) 2019/2088 , effective since March 10th, on sustainability‐related disclosures in the financial services sector (SFDR: “Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation”).