Corruption, bribery, theft and tax evasion cost some $1.26 trillion for developing countries per year.”
At its humble level, BNP Paribas makes a point of taking into account the principles of transparency, fairness and integrity for all its business activities.
BNP Paribas published in 2016 its own Code of Conduct defining the rules governing all of its actions in each of its geographies. As such, the Group is publicly stating its commitment to scrupulously comply with laws and regulations, while making sure that each of its decision is guided by a deep sense of ethical responsibility. In order to ensure that its impact is positive, BNP Paribas upholds the highest standards in the areas of Human Rights, labour, environment and anti-corruption. This is why the Group acknowledges and is committed to respecting a number of principles and norms listed by several international institutions.
May 11, 2021
To mark Swiss « overshoot day » – the date on which our resource consumption exceeds the Earth’s capacity to regenerate those resources – we are taking stock of the environmental initiatives undertaken by BNP Paribas in Switzerland and our staff.