Business Profile

westpac

westpac

[CSR Web Site]

banking

From westpac's site: "When we talk about corporate responsibility we talk about 'doing the right thing' as short-hand for what is a complex agenda. It encompasses everything from managing the social and environmental impacts of our business, understanding and responding to stakeholder priorities, being prepared to make short-term trade-offs for the sake of longer-term future gains, and have a real commitment to accountability and transparency."

tags: banking, financial services, finance

westpac's Ratings Summary ?

rating name organization list type status
Carbon Disclosure Leadership Index 2009 carbon disclosure project score 80/100
World's Most Ethical Companies 2009 ethisphere group member
Carbon Disclosure Leadership Index 2008 carbon disclosure project group member
2008 World's Most Ethical Companies ethisphere group member
2008 Global Most Sustainable Corporations innovest group member
project label sector: banking project label rank #3 of 24*

*companies with at least 20 votes

westpac's Article Breakdown (5 unique articles) ?

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Articles about Westpac ?

World's Most Ethical Companies 2009

From projectlabel.org (verified), May 27, 2009

Mission & Values

Ethisphere's World's Most Ethical Companies ranking provides companies a chance to be recognized for their efforts in ethics and compliance. The winne...

in this article: pepsico, starbucks, nike, bmw, mcdonald's, dell, kellogg, toyota, general electric, ikea, american express, ...

Carbon Disclosure Leadership Index 2008

From projectlabel.org (verified), September 22, 2008

Mission & Values, Waste Management

The Carbon Disclosure Leadership Index (CDLI) includes the companies with the highest scores in the two categories of the carbon-intensive sectors and...

in this article: sony, nokia, pepsico, coca-cola, ibm, ford, dell, molson coors, general motors, nissan, wal-mart, ...

2008 World's Most Ethical Companies

From projectlabel.org (verified), June 3, 2008

Mission & Values, Community Impact, Waste Management, Resource Management

The World's Most Ethical Companies are the ones that go above and beyond legal minimums, bring about innovative new ideas to expand the public well be...

in this article: pepsico, starbucks, nike, bmw, mcdonald's, timberland, kellogg, dole, honda, general electric, ikea, ...

2008 Global Most Sustainable Corporations

From projectlabel.org (verified), January 23, 2008

Mission & Values

The Innovest methodology compares companies to their sector peers on a best-in-class basis, rather than appraise them on absolute performance. For the...

in this article: nokia, coca-cola, nike, nestle, l'oreal, mitsubishi, honda, toyota, general electric, shell, unilever, ...

How Westpac's Label is Built?

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Carbon Disclosure Leadership Index 2009

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September 22, 2009

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92%

88%

World's Most Ethical Companies 2009

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May 27, 2009

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89%

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Carbon Disclosure Leadership Index 2008

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September 22, 2008

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88%

88%

2008 World's Most Ethical Companies

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June 3, 2008

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90%

75%

2008 Global Most Sustainable Corporations

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January 23, 2008

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91%

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89.3%
+7.2 overall mean (+0 std dev)
+6.4 category mean (+0 std dev)

westpac’s Nutrition Label ?

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Serving Size 1 world (6.6 billion ppl)
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