Since 1861, Caixa has always sought to be more than just a bank, but an institution truly present in the lives of millions of Brazilians. It is, for example, the responsible agent for the Fundo de Garantia por Tempo de Servico (FGTS), the Social Integration Program (PIS) and the Unemployment Insurance, institutes so present in the formal worker’s life. It also appears to help the population through government social programs such as Bolsa Familia – which benefits more than 13 million Brazilian, FIES and teh Minha Casa Minha Vida Program.

Caixa Econômica Federal is the only bank that has two boat agencies – and is building the third – that brings access, development and citizenship to the riverside populations. Caixa is also reinforcing its commitment to being a bank for all Brazilians, promoting inclusion and always working to serve all citizens with equal attention and efficiency.

Caixa is a 100% publicly owned company that plays a key role in urban development and social justice in the country, as it prioritizes sectors such as housing, sanitation, infrastructure and service delivery, contributing significantly to improving people’s lives. In addition, its supports countless artistic, cultural, educational and sports activities, ensuring a prominent place in people’s daily lives, as it believes that it can do the best for the country and for each of its inhabitants.

Summary of sustainability strategy:
Social and environmental responsibility is part of the management and business of companies that are concerned with making decisions that consider that impacts of their projects on society and the environment.

This awareness makes their behavior transparent and ethical, in accordance with current laws and international standards.

Sustainable attitude is more than a way of acting, but a business vision that permeates the organisation and interests of everyone involved and their relationships. This awareness and social and environmental responsibility is part of our mission and is fundamental to overcome strategic and management challenges.