Initiatives are underway to involve customers, suppliers and employees in sustainability issues through the S-loan, designed by Italy’s leading banking group

Intesa Sanpaolo and Sirmax Group have finalised a transaction for the SER plant in Salsomaggiore Terme (in the province of Parma) in order to achieve sustainable growth. The loan, amounting to €2.5 million, is linked to the achievement of two ESG (Environmental, Social and Corporate Governance) targets. The first target relates to the share of customers and suppliers involved in sustainability issues, which translates into the use of programmes to promote a sustainability culture, which are aimed at encouraging customers and suppliers to implement virtuous practices in this respect. The second target relates to the number of hours of training on social and environmental sustainability issues for employees, which involves introducing internal programmes for workers in order to promote good practices.

 

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