Success Beyond Numbers
Our aim is to have a positive economic, social, environmental and cultural impact in the long term. We understand that, to do so, our role as a business needs to evolve and that we have a key role to play in creating prosperity for our communities.
As Mauritius’ longest standing financial institution, our aim is to help people and communities thrive today, and tomorrow. Our corporate sustainability framework, Success Beyond Numbers, is built around three pillars:
Based on these three pillars,
we have launched a number of key initiatives.
the fight against climate change is on
We have asked ourselves how we could reconcile the fight against climate change and local economic development. As a first step, we have sponsored the “Klima Neutral 2050” study.
reshaping our local economy
We believe in finding ways to stimulate new forms of local entrepreneurship and industries. We believe in transforming Mauritius and in making “lokal” beautiful.
we are helping
protect our fragile ecosystem
We have partnered with the Mauritian Wildlife Foundation to protect our unique yet fragile biodiversity. In addition to an annual donation of Rs 5 million, we have launched the Your Card for Change programme to involve our customers in our preservation efforts.
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we are committed to preserving our cultural heritage
Prosperity is also about cultural wealth. It is therefore our duty to preserve our heritage and leave it as legacy to future generations.DISCOVER our call for projects
Our Sustainability Report
Find out more about our sustainability initiatives and performance in our 2020 report.Download now
Our global pledges
Principles of Responsible Banking
MCB is a founding signatory of the United Nations’ Principles for Responsible Banking. MCB has pledged to align its banking activities with the Sustainable Development Goals and the Paris Agreement on Climate Change.
These Principles for Responsible Banking are a joint initiative of banks and the United Nations, through the UNEP Finance Initiative (UNEP FI).
Since 15 May 2012, MCB Ltd has adopted the Equator Principles. This framework stands as the foundation and guiding principle of the bank’s Environmental and Social Policy.Read more
United Nations Global Compact
The United Nations Global Compact launched in October 2020 the Local Network for Mauritius and the Indian Ocean region. The Network comprises 27 entreprises, including MCB.
Getting our people involved
Our Social Leave programme encourages our people to take one paid leave day each year to volunteer to help non-profit organisations. Be it planting, painting, cleaning, sorting, or even keeping company, no action is ever too trivial. By giving our people the opportunity to support community partners, we can help do more good, together.
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