Lombard Odier and B Corp

corporate sustainability.

Corporate Sustainability is the notion that every decision made and action taken should have a positive impact on the environment and society.

Sustainability is at the heart of our investment philosophy. In addition, the values we embrace are firmly anchored in how we behave as a company as well. 

We, at Lombard Odier, have taken many steps over the years to ensure our practices and operations are run in the most professional and responsible way, and preserve the interests of the communities we interact with. 

In 2019, we will accelerate our corporate sustainability programme and will look in depth at every aspect of how we operate - from energy efficiency to carbon footprint, from transport policies to waste reduction, from third party suppliers to community engagement.

Corporate sustainability involves us all.

Lombard Odier and B Corp

This certification reflects our achievements so far and drives us to do even more to ensure a better tomorrow for everyone. Our efforts have been recognised by B Lab, who named us in their Best For The World 2019 customer category. To earn the recognition, Lombard Odier achieved a customer score in the top decile of more than 3,000 Certified B Corporations on the B Impact Assessment.

Sustainability is deeply embedded in our DNA and our investment offering, which includes vehicles focused on creating positive social and environmental change.

We hope many other financial institutions will engage in this movement that is doing so much to make business a force for good.

Watch our video to find out more on our commitment to doing good
 

 

Lombard Odier and UN Global Compact

We are honoured to announce that Lombard Odier is now a signatory of the United Nations Global Compact (UNGC), the world's largest corporate sustainability initiative. This means that the bank has pledged to support and promote the Ten Principles of the Global Compact categorised by major matters in human rights, labour, environment and anti-corruption. In regards to this partnership, we are also renewing our commitment and support to achieve the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Launched in 2000, The UNGC encourages companies, organisations and governments to adopt sustainable and socially responsible policies and to report on their implementation.

As signatories, we will therefore communicate our progress on corporate responsibility actions with our stakeholders as well on the UN Global Compact website.

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Ebba Lepage Head of Corporate Sustainability

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