Corporate responsibility

Responsible leadership means making strategic decisions that manage risks, grow business and confirm a sustainable future. Corporate responsibility is an integrated part of business and can be used as a competitive advantage.

Corporate responsibility is implemented through dialogue

Stakeholder engagement and ongoing responsibility communication have become increasingly important. The entire company’s ecosystem is now called for interaction to develop responsible business.

The role of staff is central when bringing organization’s responsibility program to everyday activities and encounters. Responding to the expectations of customers, investors, and other stakeholders requires active interaction and mapping of the companies.

Sustainability dialogue for interest groups as a part of GRI G4 reporting

Dialogue with interest groups brings out both current and future needs and helps to identify the essential, for example as a part of a reporting process in accordance with GRI G4.

Effective responsibility work is constant, transparent, systematic and business-oriented. Instilling responsibility as a part of business operations is long-term work.

Benefits of Sustainability Dialogue for stakeholders

  • Anticipate the future
  • Involve interest groups in open dialogue
  • Engage stakeholders in active, open and interactive responsibility communication
  • Identify the effects that responsibility has on business operations
  • Steer responsibility even more towards becoming a part of productive business operations instead
  • Prepare materiality analyses in accordance with the GRI G4 process
  • Engage stakeholders in active, open and interactive responsibility communication

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We are involved in the operations of FIBS corporate responsibility network.


We abide with the principles of the UN Global Compact.