Brazil’s C6 Bank Publishes 2021 Annual Report with Focus on Sustainability

Brazil’s C6 Bank notes that this latest update was prepared according to global “best practices” for publishing information on economic, social and environmental impact.

In the midst of celebrating its three-year launch, C6 Bank has published the 2021 Annual Report.

Available in the Documents section on the bank’s website, the Report was “published in accordance with the GRI (Global Reporting Initiative) standards that represent global best practices for publication of information on economic, environmental and social impacts.”

The result of months of work by various areas of the bank, the document addresses “the development of products, launches of the year, corporate governance structure, digital security and socio- environmental initiatives .”

Among the highlights of the period are “the arrival in 100% of Brazilian municipalities, an increase of 10 million customers in the base – from 4 million in December 2020 to 14 million in December 2021 – and the strategic partnership with JPMorgan Chase, the world leader in financial services, which now holds a 40% stake in C6 Bank.”

In 2021, the bank “committed to the UN Global Compact and its principles, in addition to associating itself with the Ethos Institute and the LGBTI+ Business and Rights Forum.”

C6 Bank is also “associated with the Seal Yes to Racial Equality and has advanced in the promotion of equity and inclusion actions.”

Throughout the year, the bank “intensified financial education actions for society, launched a mentoring program for women and continued the project to promote technology training, disseminating knowledge among vulnerable populations.”

Strengthening the sustainability agenda, C6 Bank “zeroed carbon emissions for the second year in a row and ended the year launching the first biodegradable card in Brazil, a symbol of engagement with sustainability and the environment.”

You may review the complete report here.

In yet another initiative with the goal of transforming consumers’ financial lives via education, Brazil’s C6 Bank promoted the second edition of the Financial Expedition, a project that takes free workshops “to communities in small municipalities.”

This edition took place between the 9th and 10th of August in the city of Novo Airão, in Amazonas.

Liao Yu Chieh, financial educator at C6 Bank. and responsible for conducting collective activities and assistance, said:

“During our expedition in Novo Airão, we will share knowledge with the population on how to manage money, in addition to holding individual clinics with personalized guidance according to the needs and objectives of each one.”

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