BMO Financial Group ranked in the 91st percentile of banks globally on the Dow Jones Sustainability World Index.
The DJSI ranks companies’ sustainability performance across three dimensions: governance and economic, environmental and social sustainability. BMO earned the highest possible score in the areas of customer relationship management, financial inclusion, environmental reporting and social reporting. The bank also was recognized for strong performance in human capital development, talent attraction and retention, information security/cybersecurity and corporate governance.
“Sustainability is a key pillar of BMO’s Purpose to Boldly Grow the Good in business and life and we are delighted to be recognized for the achievement,” Simon Fish, general counsel for BMO and chair of BMO’s sustainability council, said. “Together with the Wall Street Journal’s recent ranking of BMO as one of the most sustainably managed companies in the world, inclusion in the DJSI North America Index is an honor and a strong affirmation of our commitment to environmental and social sustainability now and in the future.”
BMO Financial Group’s Recent Sustainability Actions
Like this story? Begin each business day with news you need to know! Register now for FREE Daily E-News Broadcast and start YOUR day informed!