Seven Bank defines corporate social responsibility (CSR) as "the primary obligation to be fulfilled to co-exist with the environment and society from which the Bank derives its customer and social support." We believe that our CSR activities are essential to the continuity and development of our business.
The Bank has been conducting business based on its Corporate Principles, Management Policy and Charter of Ethics. Examples include ATMs with an energy-saving mode, the move from paper to displays to go paperless for activities including sales promotions, and stronger ATM security to ensure transaction safety.
In July 2007, Seven Bank examined and assessed its businesses to determine the CSR it ought to conduct, then formulated its Basic CSR Policy for continuous, viable initiatives based on the content and scale of its businesses. Drawing on the framework of ISO26000, a set of international CSR standards and guidelines, the Basic CSR Policy guides Seven Bank's efforts in its targeted role of enabling the achievement of a sustainable society.
- Basic CSR Policy
- An overview of the Basic CSR Policy
- Fair Operating Practices
Collaboration with partner companies
- Community Involvement and Development
Communication with the community and investors
- Link to Japanese IR