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Corporate responsibility

Mirabaud’s vision, mission and core values are at the forefront of all our activities. These aspects have conveyed our Group’s culture since it was founded in 1819 and are also at the heart of our corporate responsibility strategy (CSR).

Corporate Responsibility Overview

Overview

Our corporate responsibility

Mirabaud’s vision, mission and core values are at the forefront of all our activities. These aspects have conveyed our Group’s culture since it was founded in 1819 and are also at the heart of our corporate responsibility strategy (CSR).

 

Our vision

At Mirabaud, by drawing on the expertise of our talents and our centuries of experience, we bring added value to our clients and ensure that finance plays a positive role in creating a better, fairer and more equal society.

 

Our mission

Our mission is to serve our clients responsibly.

Overview

Mirabaud's corporate responsibility

Mirabaud continues to provide a conviction-based corporate social responsibility strategy that includes its clients and employees and extends to all its other stakeholders.
This strategy is steered by a CSR Committee. It is based on four pillars that guide our actions :

  1. An economic responsibility strategy intended for clients, the Group’s economic partners and the wider economy;
  2. A social responsibility strategy aimed at all Mirabaud Group employees;
  3. An environmental responsibility strategy that looks at how natural resources are used and how to protect the environment ;
  4. A societal responsibility strategy for communities and the wider society.

 

Implementing the corporate responsibility strategy at Mirabaud

Corporate social/societal responsibility (CSR) is a key focus at Mirabaud, with values that can be traced back to the Group’s founders. The CSR strategy is driven by the CSR Committee comprising of three Managing Partners as well as heads of various cross-functional and support units. This committee approves the CSR strategy and coordinates its implementation. The CSR Committee meets regularly so that different actions that have been adopted can be monitored and their impact evaluated. Ongoing initiatives and actions are measured and analysed using key indicators. Corrective measures are deployed if necessary. To ensure Mirabaud’s CSR strategy is implemented in a coherent, comprehensive and consistent manner, the CSR Committee refers to the “Table of the four pillars of the CSR strategy” shown below.

Economic Responsibility

Links to the sustainable development goals adopted by the United Nations member states

 

OBJECTIVE

To maintain a robust corporate governance framework and conduct business responsibly and sustainably

 

COMMITMENT

  • Mirabaud is committed to offering a range of top-quality services and products that are tailored to its clients' needs.
  • Mirabaud is committed to embedding a long-term vision and approach across its governance. 
  • Mirabaud is committed to strengthening sustainable finance across its business activities

 

AREAS FOR ACTION

  • Quality of services offered to clients.
  • Comprehensive range of responsible and sustainable products and services.
  • Business ethics and regulatory compliance.
  • Relationships with partners and providers of products and services

Social Responsibility

Links to the sustainable development goals adopted by the United Nations member states

 

OBJECTIVE

To encourage a corporate culture that respects all employees, while striving to attract, foster and retain talent.

 

COMMITMENT

  • Mirabaud is committed to providing its employees with a healthy and comfortable working environment. 
  • Mirabaud is committed to retaining, developing and supporting its talent.
  • Mirabaud is committed to promoting employee diversity, inclusion and equal treatment.

 

AREAS FOR ACTION

  • Employee satisfaction and training.
  • Health and safety at work.
  • Diversity, inclusion and equal treatment of employees.

Environmental responsibility

Links to the sustainable development goals adopted by the United Nations member states

OBJECTIVE

To reduce the environmental impact of our activities.

 

COMMITMENT

  • Mirabaud is committed to preserving natural resources.
  • Mirabaud is committed to understanding its impact on the environment and to limiting it.
  • Mirabaud is committed to optimising its waste management practices.

 

AREAS FOR ACTION

  • Management and reduction of CO2 emissions.
  • Responsible resources and waste management.
  • Responsible purchasing and procurement.

Societal responsibility

Links to the sustainable development goals adopted by the United Nations member states

 

OBJECTIVE

To contribute to the harmonious development of civil society and to the inclusion of communities.

 

COMMITMENT

  • Mirabaud is committed to establishing partnerships and supporting initiatives that are in line with its passions and values.
  • Mirabaud is committed to being a promoter of peace and to financially supporting actors in the field.

 

AREAS FOR ACTION

  • Cultural and sports partnerships.
  • Involvement in sustainability initiatives and associations.
  • Philanthropy, including the promotion of peace.

 

This table sets out the four pillars on which Mirabaud’s CSR strategy is based. It identifies material topics that must be addressed as a priority. The CSR Committee ensures that relevant initiatives and concrete actions for all topics are implemented or scheduled to be implemented in the near future. The CSR strategy deployed is unique to Mirabaud ; it applies to all of its business lines, subsidiaries and branches. Mirabaud’s management and employees work together to ensure the Group’s CSR strategy is carried out at all times.

Principle 1

We will incorporate ESG issues into investment analysis and decision-making processes.

 

Principle 2

We will be active owners and incorporate ESG issues into our ownership policies and practices.

 

Principle 3

We will seek appropriate disclosure on ESG issues by the entities in which we invest.

 

Principle 4

We will promote acceptance and implementation of the Principles within the investment industry.

 

Principle 5

We will work together to enhance our effectiveness in implementing the Principles.

 

Principle 6

We will each report on our activities and progress towards implementing the Principles.

 

 

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