We have a long-standing commitment to corporate responsibility and strive to implement this across our business. Our performance has received high ratings from independent third-party organisations.
DJSI seeks to identify companies with sustainability records that will lead to long term shareholder value creation. The DJSI rating is the most important corporate sustainability benchmark.
This success reflects our commitment to sustainability and the ongoing implementation of our three-pillar corporate responsibility framework:
See our 2008 Corporate Responsibility Report for in-depth information on how this framework is put into practice within our organisation.
Our approach to climate change exemplifies our commitment to sustainability, for example:
We are delighted to maintain our position as insurance sector leader 2009/10 on the DJSI and remain committed to placing sustainability at the heart of our organisation.
On 4 June 2018, Renato Fassbind, Vice Chairman of Swiss Re’s Board of Directors, presented the 2018 Swiss Re Civilian Service Prize to CHEIRA – Swiss Humanitarian Surgery, an association created in 2015...
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