2. Social issues. The data is surprising: “For every credit card we give to a man, we give 1.6 cards to women. We are the bank that lends the most to women in Mexico,” said the leader of BanCoppel. But the gender and equity inclusion factor is not only present in products for the end user, but is also part of its corporate ranks. “We take care of the access to women at all levels of the company; we have goals for the participation of women in leadership positions,” he observed.
3. Corporate governance. The company’s governance is also committed to sustainable goals and actions, Coppel noted: “We have many efforts to promote sound corporate governance policies. One is, for example, the Board of Directors, which we seek to be diverse, to include independent advisors and to create committees that assist the company in audit and risk tasks”.
This is how BanCoppel is building its sustainable identity. As part of their future actions, their leader points out that they will emphasize financial education: “It is always relevant. These are issues that continue to be limited to the private, although people need information. That is why we will communicate, in each account statement, what is best for them to have healthy finances, ”he concluded.
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