We inspire the creation and transformation
of a better world for all
Our sustainability strategy is part of the business strategy, which enables us to consolidate a sustainable business model that includes economic, environmental and social topics through the management of six strategic fronts: sustainable business, risk management, stakeholder relations, impact on people, innovation and environment.
Therefore, we are committed to managing our business in a responsible and innovative manner to improve the quality of life of people who have a relationship with us, contributing to the economic prosperity of society and helping to reduce our impact on the environment.
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To meet the expectations of our stakeholders and work together to generate shared value, long-term relationships of trust and a culture of sustainability within the organization is one of the objectives that inspires us every day.
Initiative that promotes the commitment of the private and public sector and civil society to align their strategies and operations with ten universally accepted principles in four areas: Human Rights, Labor, Environment and Anti-Corruption, as well as contributing to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
The Sustainable Development Goals, also known as the Global Goals, were adopted by all the United Nations Member States in 2015 as a universal call to action to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure that all people enjoy peace and prosperity by 2030. They are 17 goals, comprised of 169 targets.
The Equator Principles are a code of corporate practices for financial institutions that provide guidelines for determining, assessing and managing environmental and social risks and considerations in the projects that they finance. These principles arose with the support of the International Finance Corporation (IFC).
The Dow Jones Sustainability Index is the most important index in sustainability and the main global benchmark measuring performance in economic, environmental and social matters based on the analysis of 600 variables to identify and classify the main sustainable companies.
A voluntary agreement between the Colombian Government and the financial sector that aims to join forces to promote the country's sustainable development, and to work toward environmental conservation and the sustainable use of natural resources. Banco de Bogotá has been a member of this protocol since 2013.
Voluntary initiative that created the first global standard of guidelines for writing sustainability reports for companies that wish to assess their economic, environmental and social performance. Our corporate report is aligned with this reporting standard.