Environmental, social and governance information
Environmental, social and governance (ESG) matters are an integral part of our strategy at Lloyds Banking Group.
As part of our purpose of Helping Britain Prosper, we embrace our responsibility to help address some of the social, economic and environmental challenges that the UK faces by operating as a responsible, sustainable and inclusive Group. Much of this is embedded through our Helping Britain Prosper Plan launched in 2014.
We see that operating responsibly and sustainably is integral to building a more successful Lloyds Banking Group and fully aligned with the interests of our shareholders.
Our Covid-19 response
Customers remain a priority throughout this crisis and beyond. Working closely with the UK Government and our regulators, we have continued to support our retail, small business and commercial customers through a comprehensive and unprecedented range of flexible measures.
As one of the UK’s largest corporate donors, we use our scale to reach people in communities across the country. Our four independent charitable Foundations are critical to our vision of tackling social disadvantage by partnering with local charities to help overcome complex social issues.
We’ve made public commitments to help communities in a number of different ways, including colleague volunteering, support for community organisations, donations to our independent Foundations, and fundraising for our charity partner, Mental Health UK. Find out more about how we're supporting communities.
We want to ensure that we source the products and services we buy in a responsible and sustainable manner and we want our suppliers to share in our purpose. Read here about the key social, ethical and environmental values that we want our suppliers to abide by, as set out in our code of supplier responsibility.
Board Corporate Governance Event
See the presentation from our event on 9 November 2020, hosted by Lord Blackwell.
Includes brief presentations from the Chairs of each of the Board committees: Sara Weller CBE, Responsible Business; Nick Prettejohn, Risk; Stuart Sinclair, Remuneration; Sarah Legg, Audit.