SUSTAINABILITY | 26.07.2022
MAPFRE celebrates 16 years on the FTSE4Good international sustainability index
MAPFRE receives an above-average score in the insurance sector
In 2022, MAPFRE was once again included on the Financial Times Stock Exchange (FTSE) 4Good sustainability index, where it received a score 20% above the average for all companies in the insurance sector analyzed on the index.
For the sixteenth consecutive year, MAPFRE was included on one of the leading international barometers for measuring companies’ sustainability performance. Furthermore, the index substantiates MAPFRE’s excellence in environmental, social, and corporate governance practices.
All companies included on this index, created by the FTSE Russell group, meet demanding, fully transparent, and public criteria relating to good sustainability practices.
The FTSE4Good index is designed to help investors integrate environmental, social, and corporate governance criteria into their investment decisions.
An integrated business plan
The Group recently presented its Sustainability Plan 2022-2024 to address social and environmental challenges at the global level. This involves offering services and products that align with its demanding commitments to social and environmental matters, as well as implementing a corporate governance system that allows it to continue advancing responsibly.
The plan includes more than 20 commitments, including reaching carbon neutrality by 2030, achieving 3.5% of people with disabilities in the workforce, harnessing a 100% sustainable supplier network, and refraining from investing in coal, gas, and oil companies that are not committed to an energy transition plan.