ABN AMRO in top 3 of the 100 most impactful companies

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The Management Scope Corporate Impact Index (MSCII) was published recently for the third consecutive year. Together with list leader ASML and DSM, ABN AMRO forms the top 3 of this list.

Appreciation for the sustainable strategy and an eye for human rights

The MSCII appreciates the sustainable course of ABN AMRO. In particular, the focus on social impact and the sustainable vision of, among other things, investment policy, achieved a high score. The way in which the bank looks at the impact it has on the chain can count on appreciation within the sector, certainly because reports show that there are still challenges to be met. As a financer, the bank is aware of the fact that it does business in sectors where there is a high risk of human rights violations. This awareness has seized the bank to actively contribute to tracing human trafficking. For example, ABN AMRO, together with the Inspectorate SZW and the University of Amsterdam, developed digital indicators that are used in analyzing bank transactions. These indicators have since been adopted by all Dutch banks to contribute to tracing and stopping human trafficking

About the Management Scope Corporate Impact Index (MSCII

The index has been compiled for the third time this year and is an initiative of Management Scope in collaboration with the Erasmus Impact Center of Erasmus University Rotterdam and Accenture Strategy. The MSCII provides insight into the positive impact of business in the Netherlands by assessing the 100 largest companies in the Netherlands on five pillars: good governance, the relationship with the outside world, sustainability, financial health and being an employer. It is the prize for the company with the greatest social impact in the Netherlands.

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