Council Commitment Index​

Knowing that words alone are not enough, each organization is making a series of commitments about how we will operate our institutions to advance inclusive capitalism.

TO DATE WE HAVE 394 COMMITMENTS
AND 145 ORGANIZATIONS

Organization Priority Areas Commitment SDGs
Bank of America Bank of America is committing to additional transparency in how we govern our activities, including working with other financial institutions to create a methodology for measuring financed emissions and beginning to report financed emissions by 2023.
BP We aim to incentivise our global workforce to deliver on our aims and mobilise them to become advocates for net zero, by linking compensation with low carbon metrics for around 37,000 employees and senior leadership.
Capdesia Capdesia commits to effective governance at each of our portfolio companies by conducting bi-annual risk management matrix reviews and annual assessments of each member's governing body and their positive contribution towards ESG standards.
DuPont DuPont will further our Commitment to Zero injuries, illnesses and incidents at our global sites by advancing our Health & Safety culture, improving our management systems and execution.
Emerald Peak Private Equity Emerald Peak is an impact private equity fund looking to deploy 150 million USD into Central America and similarly underdeveloped regions in Latin America to fight against poverty and inequalities in this region.
Johnson & Johnson We will continue to ensure that we have the appropriate structures, systems and processes in place to enable access to the medicines and technologies most relevant for underserved populations in low- and middle-income countries.
Kirchhoff Consult AG Kirchhoff commits to affirming integrity within its employees by requiring their adherence to a comprehensive Code of Conduct and offering mandatory training on its policies by the end of 2025.
Motorola Solutions, Inc. We will promote and sustain the use of the Motorola Solutions Technology Advisory Committee, an internal advisory group providing guidance on the solutions we bring to market, with particular focus on inclusivity, transparency, security and fairness.
    Salesforce Salesforce strives to be the most trusted enterprise software company. We are transparent about our engagement with governments and sign up to lobbying transparency registries locally.
    SDG Global Group SDG Global will promote sustainable development by building a funding platform for Africa, to provide a safe, secure; transparent channel to encourage the flow of capital into by the end of 2022.
    Shinhan Card Shinhan Financial Group will promote the transition to a low-carbon economy by reducing its own carbon emissions by 46% in 2030 and the Group’s asset portfolio by 38% in 2030 and 69% in 2040.
    Souza, Mello e Torres Souza, Mello e Torres will promote inclusive and sustainable capitalism over the development and implementation of an ESG area and also promote seminars to client associations and self-regulatory bodies on ESG social impact agenda by the end of 2021.
    State Street Corporation Increase engagement globally with publicly-traded companies on ESG issues, including gender diversity and racial equity; publish our engagement history and proxy voting in our annual stewardship report.
    TowerBrook Capital Partners L.P. TowerBrook commits to promoting best practices in ESG standards, reporting, and transparency across our portfolio of investments, and is committed to reporting on ESG metrics annually.
    TuT-GA TuT-Ga will enhance economic viability of projects that alleviate poverty and create jobs in distressed locations. Target set at 25% by 2023 for SMEs to upscale businesses, employ locals, and improve environmentally sound strategies.
    Visa Inc. Visa promotes inclusive and sustainable capitalism over the long-term through biennial ESG materiality assessments and at least annual review with the Board of Directors of material ESG issues.
    Visa Inc. Visa commits to the transparency of our material ESG commitments and progress by publishing annual ESG reporting in line with GRI, SASB and other relevant ESG standards and frameworks.

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