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Our memberships, awards and accreditations
Our commitments, awards and the people we work together with.
We continue to demonstrate that we are responsible corporate citizens, capable of delivering real value to communities and responding to communities in need. We partner with a variety of organisations to share best practice and help develop solutions to social and environmental challenges.
The Public Affairs Code applies the principles that public affairs practitioners should be open and transparent in their dealings with parliamentarians or representatives of institutions of government; and that there should be no financial relationship between them.
The Corporate Human Rights Benchmark is a unique collaboration led by investors and civil society organisations dedicated to creating the first open and public benchmark of corporate human rights performance.
The Powering Past Coal Alliance is a group of 122 countries, cities, regions and organisations aiming to accelerate the fossil-fuel phase out of coal-fired power stations, except the very few which have carbon capture and storage.
The United Nations Global Compact is a non-binding United Nations pact to encourage businesses and firms worldwide to adopt sustainable and socially responsible policies, and to report on their implementation.
We are one of 55 financial institutions from 15 countries that has signed the Finance for Biodiversity Pledge, calling on world leaders to reverse nature loss and commit to making a positive contribution to biodiversity.
Ranging from local authorities to charitable trusts and foundations, corporate, science and capital funders, our Living Wage Funders are committing to tackle low pay by encouraging the organisations they support to pay the real Living Wage.
ClimateCare is a profit for purpose environmental and social impact company known for its role providing carbon offset services, with a particular focus on using carbon and other results based finance to support its 'Climate+Care Projects'.
The IFRS Sustainability Alliance combines the SASB Alliance and Integrated Reporting Business Network into a more expansive membership than ever before. It is a diverse global network of members who explore and develop best practices related to sustainability standards and integrated reporting.
The Institute of Business Ethics was established in 1986 to promote high standards of business behaviour based on ethical values. They raise awareness of business ethics through the dissemination of knowledge and good practice.
Representing a growing global network of leading insurance industry organisations, ClimateWise helps to align its members’ expertise to directly support society as it responds to the risks and opportunities of climate change.
The Employer’s Initiative on Domestic Abuse (EIDA)
EIDA is a UK based charity with the mission to enable employers to take action on domestic abuse – raising awareness among all employees, supporting those facing domestic abuse, and providing access to services to help perpetrators to stop.
World Benchmarking Alliance compare companies’ performance on the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
Aviva ranks 2/395 in the 2022 Financial System Benchmark. Aviva is the highest ranking insurance company and the highest ranking European financial institution in the benchmark. Performance stems from Aviva linking management remuneration to sustainability performance and Aviva’s commitment to minimising negative impacts on nature and biodiversity across its financing activities.
MSCI provides ESG Ratings on companies on a scale of AAA (leader) to CCC (laggard), according to exposure to industry specific ESG risks and the ability to manage those risks relative to peers. As of May 2022, Aviva received an MSCI ESG Rating of AA.
Sustainalytics’ ESG Risk Ratings measure a company’s exposure to industry specific material ESG risks and how well a company is managing those risks. They provide a quantitative measure of unmanaged ESG risk and distinguish between five levels: negligible, low, medium, high and severe. As of May 2022 Aviva received an ESG Risk Rating of 11.3 and was assessed to be at low risk of experiencing material financial impacts from ESG factors.
The FTSE4Good Index Series is designed to measure the performance of companies demonstrating strong Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) practices. As of October 2022, FTSE Russell confirms that Aviva has been independently assessed according to the FTSE4Good criteria and has satisfied the requirements to become a constituent of the FTSE4Good Index Series.
CDP runs the global environmental disclosure system. Each year, CDP takes the information supplied in its annual reporting process and scores companies and cities based on their journey through disclosure and towards environmental leadership. As of year-end 2022, Aviva received an A- rating.
S&P Global ESG Scores provide a depth and breadth of ESG insight, built upon multiple layers of ESG data, and underpinned by a rich bedrock of underlying data intelligence captured by the S&P Global Corporate Sustainability Assessment (CSA). As of February 2023, Aviva scores 81/100 achieving inclusion in the 2023 S&P Global Sustainability Yearbook.
The ISS ESG Corporate Rating provides relevant and forward-looking environmental, social, and governance data. It integrates a detailed assessment of the sustainability impact of operations based on risk exposure and an assessment of management approaches regarding material sustainability risks along the entire value chain. As of May 2022, Aviva received a C+ rating achieving Prime status and scoring within the top decile.
RoSPA Gold Award winners have achieved a very high level of performance, demonstrating well developed occupational health and safety management systems and culture, outstanding control of risk and very low levels of error, harm and loss.