Inclusive Buisness Model for Value Creation
Enabling livelihood creation by evaluating the earning potential of customer rather than past financial history.
Offering customised products, flexible repayment schedule & partnering with customer in meeting the needs of rural India.
Imparting financial literacy & focusing on livelihood, health & education in communities.
Focus on rural & semi-urban parts of India which are not covered by conventional banking service.
Hiring local people, generating employment opportunities gaining better understanding of markets & customers.
Preference to local suppliers thereby providing business opportunities & improving their service levels with constant engagement.
Enabling Stakeholders to Rise
Rejuvenating the Environment
Building Enduring Business
The Financial Services Sector Sustainability Council comprises of Core Team Members. This is an 8 member cross-functional team comprising of senior management members from major functions at Financial Services Sector. The Financial Services Core Team meets once in every quarter.
The departments which are represented in the core team of the council are:
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The Financial Services Sector of the Mahindra Group integrates the well-being of the community and the environment with long term economic value creation. It strives to give back more than it takes and thus drives positive change.
The Sustainability and CSR team has launched '#iamresponsible' campaign to sensitize and encourage employees to adopt responsible practices that will enhance the well-being of the community around us as well as the planet Earth.
Taking ownership of doing good personally is the motto of this initiative.
We follow Policy for Disposal of lT Assets which is in-accordance to applicable rules and guidelines.
100% of e-waste has been managed as per the regulations.
At our MIBL Head Office in Mumbai, existing 3,10 lights has been replaced with the LED lights which resulted in saving of 32,000 KWH of electricity every year. This has also contributed to reduction in the GHG emission because of electricity consumption.
Understanding what matters most.
An understanding of materiality enables us to prioritize the issues that matter most across our value chain. The materiality matrix shown below reflects the outcome of our 2016 materiality assessment.
The topics with the highest priority for stakeholders and the biggest estimated impact on our business appear in the top right of the chart.
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