At the Luxembourg Stock Exchange (LuxSE), CSR is a natural and integral part of the overall business strategy and the company’s operations. With the slogan “Always in motion”, LuxSE works towards long-term goals that bring value to all stakeholders, while at the same time, contributing to making capital markets more sustainable.
2020 underscored the need for LuxSE to slightly adapt its CSR Strategy. In times of crisis, the market player wanted to stay true to its mission and corporate purpose to serve as a force for resilience, adaptability, innovation and change, always seeking to ensure that CSR is fully integrated into its business model. LuxSE had to quickly rethink its CSR activities and priorities.
Nonetheless, the CSR goals and activities structure have remained built around four core pillars (think PEOPLE, think BUSINESS, think COMMUNITY and think PLANET) aligned with LuxSE’s vision and corporate values. Through these four pillars of sustainability, LuxSE contributes directly to 9 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UN SDGs).
The third edition of LuxSE annual Sustainability Report highlights LuxSE’s CSR strategy progress, related activities and impacts created through different CSR initiatives from the year 2021. Read the report in full here.
LuxSE has released its Sustainability Report for the year 2020 in order to present its progress on its Corporate Social Responsibility strategy and latest activities. Curious to know more? Download the LuxSE Sustainability Report 2020 in full here.
LuxSE First Year Sustainability Report for the year 2019 can be downloaded in full here.
Over the last few years, LuxSE has been actively involved in the fight against climate change. By taking daily actions towards a more sustainable economy and promoting sustainable investments at both national and international levels, LuxSE has played a key role in contributing to a sustainable development compatible with the environment. With the objective of making finance part of the solution, LuxSE has created and developed several successful sustainable products and services.
The transition to a more sustainable economy has led to a significant increase in investor demand for transparent and comprehensive data on Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) aspects. As part of its efforts to promote transparent capital markets, LuxSE has published a set of comprehensive guidelines for reporting on ESG aspects. LuxSE’s Guide to ESG Reporting constitutes a comprehensive and solid roadmap for companies, issuers and asset managers on how to best integrate ESG considerations into their business decisions, strategies and operations.
Download LuxSE’s Guide to ESG Reporting for free here.
Following the official announcement of the winners of Environmental Finance’s Bond Awards 2021 earlier today, LuxSE is proud to announce that it has been awarded the prize of Exchange of the Year for the fifth consecutive year. LuxSE is committed to continuing its hard work in paying the way towards a more sustainable economy. Read more hereRead more
In 2020, the needs of the communities around us have never been more profound. We gave employees the chance to select three local NGOs which they wanted to support. As a result, Toutes à l’école, Stëmm vun der Strooss and Fondatioun Kriibskrank Kanner each received a generous donation from LuxSE. To find out more about these NGOs, what they do and how you can help, check the exclusive interviews on our insights platform, by clicking here.Read more
LuxSE is pleased to announce that the Luxembourg Green Exchange (LGX), its platform for sustainable securities, has been recognised by the United Nations Climate Change for its leadership in tackling climate change. To find out more, read our press release in full here.Read more
With around 200 employees from 20 nationalities, at LuxSE Group, we strongly believe that having a diverse and inclusive workplace is key to boost innovation and make our company more agile and able to adapt to changing times.
To celebrate the Diversity Day Lëtzebuerg 2020, we rang the bell for Diversity & Inclusion together with Luxembourg's Minister of Family and Integration, Corinne Cahen and key representatives from IMS Luxembourg. Moreover, some of our employees opened up about why having a diverse and inclusive workplace is so important to them. Watch what they had to say
LuxSE and Shanghai Stock Exchange (SSE) recently joined forces to donate 40,000 pairs of medical gloves to the Luxembourg Ministry of Health, in order to support healthcare workers in Luxembourg in the fight against COVID-19.
To find out more, read our press release in full here.
In order to support financing efforts to fight the pandemic and its overwhelming ramifications, LuxSE decided to waive the listing fee for social and sustainability COVID-19 response bonds eligible for display on LGX from April until 30 September 2020.
Find out more about the recent decision here.
"Sustainability is one of the main pillars of our overall strategy and at the heart of our mission. We strive to reduce our carbon footprint, highlight the importance of gender equality, and help local communities through selected charities, and these are just some examples of how we exercise our social responsibility at LuxSE."