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Bankinter once again included in the FTSE4Good Sustainability Index
Bankinter has once again been included in the select group of corporates listed in the prestigious FTSE4Good Sustainability Index, one of the world's leading sustainability indices. Bankinter has been included in every single edition of this index since it was created in 2001. It is a benchmark tool for investors looking for companies with good sustainability practices.
Bankinter's reputation improves more than any other Ibex 35 bank, according to the MERCO Empresas ranking list
The 22nd edition of the MERCO Empresas y Líderes rankings in 2022 shows that Bankinter's reputation is strengthening, climbing ten places, going from number 42 to 32, and that it is also the fourth-best rated bank in the sector. Its chief executive officer, María Dolores Dancausa, is the sixth-best rated leader and is in second place for the financial sector.
Bankinter has been recognised by the United Nations Global Compact for its work in promoting the Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights. Bankinter has been a member of the UN ethical commitment initiative since 2009, under which corporates adopt, as an integral part of their strategy, ten specific principles of conduct in the areas of human rights, labour, the environment and the fight against corruption.
Forbes has published its fourth annual report of the world's best banks, which features entities from 28 countries. Bankinter is again one of the banks included by Forbes in this year's list, which has been put together based on the opinions of the entities' customers and by scoring attributes, such as satisfaction, trust, fees, digital services and financial advice.
Bankinter has once again been recognised as one of the most committed companies to sustainability in the banking sector. This time, the prestigious Financial Times has placed Bankinter on the Europe's Climate Leaders list, its annual list of European companies leading the way in the fight against climate change. Bankinter is still ahead of the pack in the fight against climate change. Only four Spanish financial institutions appear in the "Europe's Climate Leaders 2022" list put together by the Financial Times, including Bankinter.
The consulting firm Álvarez & Marsal (A&M) has placed Bankinter at the top of its "banking performance" and "sustainability" rankings in 2021 in its fifteenth "The Pulse of Spanish Banking" report. The organisation tops the list when the performance of the main Spanish banks is analysed together "in terms of growth, liquidity, efficiency, risk, cost effectiveness and solvency in 2021". In addition to being the bank that has improved its score the most, Bankinter is highlighted for being one of the banks "with the greatest capacity to generate total income on assets in 2021" and as the Bank with the highest productivity per branch. The consulting firm has combined analysis from rating agencies with views from each organisation's customers. This study shows that the bank with the best combined perception of both groups is Bankinter.
Bankinter's chief executive officer, María Dolores Dancausa, has been chosen by Forbes magazine as "Best CEO of the Year". "María Dolores Dancausa's management of Bankinter, along with the bank's results over the last year, have been key in her becoming the ninth recipient of the Forbes CEO award”, the magazine states. "The company's digital vision, with a focus on technology and innovation, as well as raising social awareness of the importance of sustainable investment, were also central in choosing her", it adds. The jury for the award is made up of national and international companies
Bankinter Asset Management has won the Best Spanish Manager Award at the 33rd Expansión-Allfunds awards, which recognises the team's work during 2021, a year marked by uncertainty. In addition, the "Bankinter Europe Small Companies" investment fund won in the best European Equity Fund category, after generating a return of more than 50% last year.
Bankinter Asset Management has been recognised once again as one of the best Spanish asset managers at the sixteenth European Funds Trophy Awards. Bankinter Asset Management has won the best Spanish Asset Manager Award in the "More than 200 scored funds" category. The prizes are awarded by the European investment-fund analysis organisation Fundclass, which uses a risk-adjusted yield-based methodology in order to score and rank funds.
Bankinter has received this certificate from the prestigious Top Employers Institute for 15 years in a row. It has been awarded to 1,857 companies around the world and to only 108 in Spain, after going through a rigorous process which assesses and audits good human-resources practices grouped into 20 different topics are evaluated and audited, such as digitalisation, work environment, leadership, talent acquisition, learning, well-being, sustainability and diversity and inclusion, as well as many others. Bankinter is ranked in 14th position on this list.
A total of 26 Spanish companies have been recognised as global sustainability leaders in 'The Sustainability Yearbook 2022' published by S&P Global, in collaboration with Robeco SAM, based on the assessment of the world's largest companies in SAM's annual Corporate Sustainability Assessment (CSA). In the 2022 yearbook, Bankinter once again won a bronze medal.