Since 2001, Caisse des Dépôts has voluntarily been committed to producing reporting on the extra-financial impact and performance of its interventions. A key stage in our CSR approach, this reporting responds to the principle of transparency and positive relationships with our stakeholders.
INTEGRATED AND CONSOLIDATED REPORTING ON A GROUP SCALE
We rely on a reference standard taking into account all the data expected in the context of the Grenelle II Law and the French Energy Transition Law for Green Growth, the GRI-G4 reference standard ("core" level), that of the UN Global Compact ("advanced" level) and that of the PRI (Principles for Responsible Investment). This reference standard also include internal deployment indicators.
- 2016 Business Review and Sustainable Development Report
- Appendix to 2016 Business Review and Sustainable Development Report (in French)
- "Fair practices and transparency" sheet (09/06/2016 version)
- Caisse des Dépôts Group's Materiality Analysis (methodological note)
Alongside the corporate report, some of our subsidiaries independently publish reporting on more detailed information relating to their social, environmental and societal challenges:
ACCESSIBLE, LEGIBLE AND TRANSPARENT INFORMATION
Our CSR reporting’s primary aim is legibility and transparency. We strive, through regular dialogue with our stakeholders, to provide responses to the challenges which interest them the most. With this aim, we integrate the questions and comments not taken into account elsewhere into our societal responsibility report, in particular those from extra-financial rating agencies.
We ensure that we are constantly strengthening the quality of our reporting. We apply “comply or explain” and “materiality” principles. The in-depth analysis of this last principle allows us to concentrate our efforts on the CSR challenges that we deem to be most relevant, those for which the
A DRIVER FOR CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT
The implementation of a quality reporting also aims to be an improvement tool for our performance. This exercise allows us to integrate our stakeholders’ expectations into our strategic reflection, to identify new CSR challenges and those of growing importance, to which we must be attentive.