The London Institute of Banking & Finance is committed to contributing to a sustainable future for the financial services industry. We are committed to a sustainability that encourages responsible financial decision making and that does not compromise the future well-being and survival of individuals, businesses and the environment. We support and guide the United Nations Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) in the financial services sector.
We aim to achieve this through our teaching and learning, as well as our work as a university college. We strive to continually enhance and review our practice, encouraging all concerned to make responsible decisions.
In the classroom, we work to identify and address key sustainability issues within the curriculum, and encourage our students to debate the issues - a key step to ensuring the practice of sustainability throughout their careers.
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Our Sustainability Committee is made up of our academics, staff and students, and is responsible for the implementation of our Sustainability Policy. The main of the committee is to ensure the material studied within the curriculum reflects, considers and encourages debate on the key sustainability themes, which are:
- The role of financial services in society
- How sustainability affects business practice
- Strategic management of sustainability
- The changing global context
- Being a good corporate citizen
Want more information about our sustainability policy? Read our Sustainability Policy or email our Sustainability team.
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