UnionBank has formally unveiled its blockchain initiative named Project i2i that aims to bring millions of unbanked Filipinos to the financial system by connecting rural banks to the country’s main financial network.
The answer is a resounding YES. Each one of us can help mitigate climate change. In this UnionBank feature, find out how the Sustainability team is slowly introducing a plant-rich diet to team members so that they can lessen their carbon footprint.
As it strives to become relevant to its purpose of Making Da Diff, UnionBank continues to embark on its sustainability agenda: enriching the lives of more people, protecting the environment, and inspiring a greater sense of purpose as a financial institution.
PETNET President Larry Ocampo congratulated the awardees for their dedication and hardwork. “There will only be one first and you are part of this first convention because you are performers. None of our initiatives will work without people like you who work to make it happen. The fact that you can adapt despite the challenges is fantastic.”
The bank made its debut at the Manila and Makati Exchanges on June 29, 1992, 10 years after it became a commercial bank. Since then, it has steadily grown to become one of the country’s Top 10 banks today.
Driven by a Higher Purpose, the 2016 UnionBank Sustainability Report is the Bank’s first standalone sustainability report following the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) Standards. With the publication of this report, UnionBank is the first among financial institutions in the Philippines to use the GRI Standards.