Stakeholders, including shareholders, customers, employees, community and environment, and business partners are of paramount importance to Ping An. In order to thoroughly understand stakeholders' expectations for Ping An, specify information needs, and evaluate the effects of company activities on each group, Ping An has established many channels for timely communications.
Ping An follows the Hong Kong Exchange’s “Environmental, Social and Governance Reporting Guide” on stakeholder involvement by actively collecting suggestions and feedback from internal and external stakeholders through regular meetings, ESG seminars, and other ESG workshops. Ping An benchmarks our ESG standards against leading industry peers in both domestic and international markets, and continues to improve the quality and transparency of our ESG disclosures.
Organization and ESG Rating
As a globally recognized financial group, Ping An aims to expand industrywide influence on sustainability by actively participating in international and domestic organizations. Ping An is the first asset owners in China to become the signatory of the United Nations Responsible Investment Principles Organization (UNPRI). Meanwhile, we are also an active member of the China Finance Association’s Green Finance Professional Committee and participate in the pilot group of financial institutions in China and the UK in the Task Force on Climaterelated Financial Disclosure (TCFD) set up by the G20 Financial Stability Board.
Ping An does not only aspire to be a leader in setting ESG standards in China, but is also actively involved in helping Chinese companies to gain grounds in global sustainability.