Suncorp conducts regular materiality assessments to help identify and prioritise the topics of most significance for our business. This process helps us make more informed and balanced decisions that reflect the needs and expectations of our business, stakeholders and society, both now and in the future.
#Our top 10 material economic, social & environmental issues
Committing to the disclosure of economic, social and environmental risks, opportunities and performance. Ensuring product and service information is easy to locate and understand
Providing support to people experiencing a period of or ongoing vulnerability in their life. This may include people impacted by financial hardship, domestic violence, financial abuse, illness or a disability, or faced with barriers due to ethnic/cultural or socio-economic characteristics
Improving the capability, resources and access to suitable insurance, banking and wealth products and services for our customers and community to enhance their ability to withstand and adapt to financial shock or adversity
Helping our customers and communities build resilience to natural hazards including floods, storms and bushfires while also appropriately pricing risk and maintain insurance affordability in high risk communities
Ability to respond to and ensure core business operations are not severely impacted by an unplanned incident, crisis or major disruption. It includes planning for and addressing impacts on our workforce as a result of changed conditions, technology and demographic trends
#Suncorp's contribution to the Sustainable Development Goals
Suncorp is committed to driving awareness and action in support of the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which are a set of 17 goals that define global sustainable development priorities and aspirations for 2030. The Goals call for action to address significant economic, social and environmental challenges such as poverty, inequality, improving health and education and climate action.