Sustainability Strategy

Golden Practices

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Strategy Vision
Fubon Financial Holdings’ “golden practices” strategy has been established in response to climate change’s adverse impact on the environment, the changing talent needs of the market, and increasingly contentious human rights and labor-management issues. Fubon sets an example by incorporating sustainability concepts into its internal operations and has emerged as a positive model on environmental and social issues.
Definition of the ‘Six Capitals’
  • Natural Capital: Continue to reduce the Company’s energy needs.
  • Intellectual Capital: Elevate the level of specialized knowledge internally and ensure the passing down of experience.
  • Human Capital: Foster an equal, inclusive, and open communications culture; put a high priority on employee health and safety; and forge a competitive learning organization.
2017 Key Action Plans
  • Reduce Environmental Footprint: Expanded the scope of the Company’s GHG inventory; obtained certification under the ISO14001 environmental management system standard; supported green energy and carbon reduction.
  • Create a Workplace Environment Model; Ensure Equal Opportunity: Fubon systematically cultivates professional skills and fosters a diverse, autonomous, healthy and safe workplace environment that offers stability and helps retain talent.
Future Goals
  • Continue to develop energy conservation initiatives and introduce environmental and energy management systems.
  • Continue to support government policies and participate in green energy procurement programs; evaluate the possibility of installing solar panels on Fubon office buildings.
  • Continue to implement and solidify human rights-related initiatives.
  • Continue to emphasize performance management, install a comprehensive salary and benefits system to ensure steady human capital growth.
  • Make use of digital technology to create a positive brand image.

2017 The Goal and Result of Responding to SDGs

Golden Practices