Signing the "Principles for Financial Action towards a Sustainable Society"
“Principles for Financial Action towards a Sustainable Society (Principles for Financial Action for the 21st Century)” were drawn up in October 2011, with the Ministry of Environment serving as secretariat, as guidelines for action by financial institutions seeking to fulfill their roles and responsibilities necessary for the establishment of a sustainable society. MCUBS MidCity Inc. agreed to the concept of the principles and signed on to them in February 2016.
- We will recognize our roles and responsibilities, taking into account the precautionary approach, and promote those actions that contribute towards shaping a sustainable society.
- We will contribute to the formation of a sustainable global society through the development and provision of financial products and services leading to the development and increased competitiveness of “industries contributing to a sustainable society” as represented by the environmental technologies and services sector.
- From the perspective of regional development and improvement in sustainability performance, we assist the environmental programmes of small and medium enterprises. We will also back activities that will raise environmental awareness amongst citizens and support disaster readiness and community activities.
- In the formation of a sustainable society we will recognize the importance of cooperation with diverse stakeholders and will not only participate in its activities but will endeavor to take a proactive role.
- We will not be limited to complying with environmental laws and regulations but will take active steps to reduce our own environmental footprint through resource and energy savings as well as encouraging our suppliers to do likewise.
- We will recognize activities that will further profile sustainability as a business issue and will endeavor to disclose information on our activities.
- In order to implement the above actions we will aim to raise the awareness of environmental and societal issues of our own board and support them to take an active role through their normal duties.
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