Generali Group

          where we are

                                   

          How we report

          We started reporting on our commitment to contribute to society fifteen years ago through our Sustainability Report, published annually and approved by the Group’s Board of Directors. 

          Since 2017, the Group presented its value creation process in the long term in the Annual Integrated Report and Consolidated Financial Statements, in an organic way, connecting financial and non-financial information. This approach is in line with our Charter of Sustainability Commitments and with the goal of integrating sustainability into the business.

          The Integrated Report contains a Consolidated Non-Financial Statement in compliance with Legislative Decree no. 254 of 31 December 2016 implementing Directive 95/2014/EU on the “disclosure of non-financial and diversity information by certain large undertakings and groups”. The Statement includes certain non-financial information identified through a specific materiality process. Additional non-financial information previously contained in the Sustainability Report will be made available on the Group website, informing our stakeholders of our commitments, actions and performances in the social and environmental spheres, which also underline our support for the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.

          FRAMEWORKS

          In 2014 we launched a process to identify the most important issues on which to concentrate our attention and efforts, in line with the GRI-G4 guidelines. This activity enabled us to define the materiality matrix, which pinpoints material aspects that can have a significant economic, social and environmental impact on the Group’s activities and are perceived by stakeholder as relevant, since they can influence their expectations, decisions and actions.

          We report in line with the core principles of balance, comparability, accuracy, clarity, timeliness and reliability, and identify our stakeholders according to the AA1000 standard.

          In our Annual Integrated Report we reference selected GRI Standards from GRI Sustainability Reporting Standards, issued in 2016 by GRI (Global Reporting Initiative), as well as indicators from GRI G4 Financial Services Sector Disclosures.

          Overall we report on sustainability both in the Annual Integrated Report and on our website: to give an overview of our sustainability reporting, we also publish a GRI Content Index. This report has been prepared in accordance with the GRI Standards: Core option.

          DATA AND INFORMATION

          The information and data mainly refer to the year that ended on 31 December 2018. To guarantee the comparability of the most significant indicators over time and to enable readers to compare our results, the current values are compared against those of the previous period using graphics and tables.

          The information refers to the Group’s consolidation scope. Where this is unavailable, it refers to the scope specified.