[GRI 102-43], [GRI 102-44], [GRI 102-46], [GRI 102-47]
The Mediobanca Group carried out its first materiality analysis in 2017, with the aim of identifying the most relevant issues for the Group itself and its stakeholders, i.e. issues which impact significantly on the ability to create value in the short, medium and long term.
The process of analysing these issues took place in two stages
- In 2017 a benchmark analysis was performed of the financial sector and specific surveys and guidance in the sustainability area, which resulted in more than 50 issues being identified with the potential to impact on the financial sector. Subsequently these issues were analysed in greater depth with the heads of 15 different Group units and companies, in order to establish their relevance
- In April 2018, a multi-stakeholder forum was held with the objective of updating the Materiality Matrix. The meeting with internal and external stakeholders, identified with the support of the relevant company units, involved shareholders and investors, clients, staff, entities and institutions and representatives of the third sector. At the forum, the sustainability path undertaken by the Group to date was illustrated, and the issues included in last year’s Materiality Matrix were presented. The stakeholders in attendance discussed and classified the relevance of the issues based on their own experience, expertise and expectations versus the Group
The results of this activity enabled the 23 most relevant issues for the Group and its stakeholders to be identified and the Materiality Matrix updated as shown below
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Last revision: 09 October 2018