For Van Lanschot Kempen, corporate social responsibility means conducting business with integrity, while considering the views of our clients and other stakeholders.
For Van Lanschot Kempen corporate social responsibility (CSR) means conducting business with integrity, and that’s something we’ve been doing since 1737. It also implies transparency about what we do. Our corporate strategy specifically states that we aim to achieve our (financial) goals in harmony with all of our stakeholders – which means that we engage in ongoing dialogue with them.
Sander Boleij, CSR Manager, on Van Lanschot Kempen and how it’s prided itself for centuries on conducting its business responsibly and with integrity.
You’ll find extensive information about our CSR policies on these web pages, and a summary in this factsheet.
In 2015, the United Nations General Assembly (UN) formally adopted the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). These 17 SDGs (with 169 sub-goals) relate to worldwide challenges such as poverty, hunger, decent work, climate change and healthcare.
Van Lanschot Kempen supports these sustainable development goals. We have chosen five goals to which we specifically contribute. In this document you can find how we came to the SDGs, to which we contribute and how we will go forward.
Our CSR policies are founded on active engagement with stakeholders as well as external guidelines.
How we shape corporate social responsibility in our core banking business.
A review of key developments in Van Lanschot Kempen’s HR policies.
The most significant achievements in environmental management and purchasing.
We also want to contribute by way of social projects.
How do external parties assess Van Lanschot Kempen's corporate social responsibility policies?
Please contact Sander Boleij or Iris de Greef via email@example.com.