Present in 19 countries in Europe and Latin America and a leading player in the personal insurance market, CNP Assurances has more than 38 million personal risk/protection insureds worldwide and more than 12 million savings/pensions policyholders. Listed on the Paris Stock Exchange and having reported a net profit of €1.4 billion in 2019, our group manages an investment portfolio of €337 billion at the end of 2019 and has implemented a responsible investment policy, confirmed by the signing in 2011 of the Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI) and the signing in 2019 of the UN-convened Net-Zero Asset Owner Alliance.

To respond effectively to environmental and social challenges, CNP Assurances seeks to align its interests with those of society by contributing to the transition to a carbon-free and inclusive economy. Its investment policy aims to foster sustainable economic growth, particularly through its commitment to the energy and environmental transition, while its insurance guarantees contribute to the fight against financial exclusion. This is how CNP Assurances contributes to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals set by the UN for 2015‑2030, and more specifically six of them:

  • good health and well-being (No. 3);
  • decent work and economic growth (No. 8);
  • reduced inequalities (No. 10);
  • responsible consumption and production (No. 12);
  • climate action (No. 13);
  • peace, justice and strong institutions (No. 16).

This active involvement has been an integral part of the Group’s CSR approach for several years now. It is built around four compelling commitments in line with the Company’s strategy:

  • be a responsible insurer;
  • be a responsible purchaser;
  • have a positive impact on society;
  • control our environmental footprint.