Risks related to respect for human rights

Annual Report 2017 > Risk > Risks related to respect for human rights
Highlights 2017

Risk

Oversight over the risk management system of the entire PZU Group
Oversight over the risk management system of the entire PZU Group
Risk management through active and deliberate management of the extent of risk taken
Risk management through active and deliberate management of the extent of risk taken
Efficient management of capital in order to maximize the rate of return on equity for the parent company’s shareholders.
Efficient management of capital in order to maximize the rate of return on equity for the parent company’s shareholders.
Consistency of the key elements of the integrated management system for all PZU Group’s insurance undertakings
Consistency of the key elements of the integrated management system for all PZU Group’s insurance undertakings
Supervision of subsidiaries, in particular Alior Bank and Bank Pekao, through persons designated to Supervisory Boards
Supervision of subsidiaries, in particular Alior Bank and Bank Pekao, through persons designated to Supervisory Boards
Risk management as an integral part of the management process, based on risk analysis in all processes and units
Risk management as an integral part of the management process, based on risk analysis in all processes and units
Reference Areas:
Health
Investments
Banking
Best Pratices in PZU

PZU reduces risks in the area of respect for human rights chiefly by applying the following solutions:

  • Implementing procedures intended to protect staff against undesirable phenomena, such as mobbing or discrimination;
  • Open communication about the methods by which victims of such behaviors may obtain necessary assistance without their identity being revealed;
  • In-depth verification of notified cases of activities considered undesirable at PZU.

Respect for human rights 

 

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