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Westpac Ranked As The Most Sustainable

Westpac Group has welcomed the announcement that it had been assessed as the most sustainable bank globally in the 2014 Dow Jones Sustainability Indices (DJSI) Review. Westpac chief executive, Gail
19 Sep 2014 09:21
Westpac Ranked As The Most Sustainable
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Westpac Group has welcomed the announcement that it had been assessed as the most sustainable bank globally in the 2014 Dow Jones Sustainability Indices (DJSI) Review.

Westpac chief executive, Gail Kelly, was delighted Westpac had achieved sector leadership in the well-recognised benchmark, building on Westpac’s award as the world’s most sustainable company in the Global 100 at Davos earlier this year.

“This clearly shows our commitment to sustainability is deeply embedded in our business processes, our culture and our operational strategy,” she said.

“It is also a wonderful reflection of the outstanding efforts of our 36,000 employees who are working every day to achieve our vision to help our customers, communities and people prosper and grow.”

Westpac has been recognised as a global leader for banks in the DJSI since 2002.  In the 2014 DJSI, Westpac achieved its strongest ever score of 93 per cent.

 

 




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