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Corporate responsibility

We act responsibly

Organising capital markets characterised by transparency, safety and integrity is not only the public-service mission and core business of Deutsche Börse Group, but it is also its most important value contribution to society. We assume responsibility for the markets we organise, for our employees, the environment and society. The group-wide sustainability activities are consolidated by the Corporate Responsibility team as part of Global Public Affairs at Deutsche Börse Group.

Our responsibility

We take responsibility – not only for our own business, but also for the local communities at our international locations. More

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Overview
  • Our responsibility

    Our responsibility

    We take responsibility – not only for our own business, but also for the local communities at our international locations. More

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  • Economy

    Economy

    We organise stable, secure and sound markets. As one of the world's largest stock exchange organisations, our core business is fundamental proof of our social responsibilty. More

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  • Employees

    Employees

    Dedicated and skilled employees are key to corporate success. We promote measures for personal development and improving work-life balance. More

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  • Environment

    Environment

    Even as financial service providers, we have a responsibility to keep the environment intact. We focus across on reducing our ecological footprint and on optimising our environmental data collection. More

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  • Corporate citizenship

    Corporate citizenship

    As “good corporate citizens”, we are committed for the long term to shaping a positive future for the communities at our office locations. Our focus is on education and research, culture and social insolvement. More

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Corporate report 2013
Deutsche Börse Group opens up fresh horizons for its customers and secures the foundations of the financial sector through its work and offerings. Our corporate report also highlights how social responsibility and sustainability are anchored in all business areas. More
Best Practice Guide on sustainability reporting
Non-financial aspects, that is ecological and social information, as well as corporate governance aspects account for an important part of a company’s value, which is why Deutsche Börse publishes a Best Practice Guide for Issuers with practical recommendations on a comprehensive approach to capital market communications regarding sustainability. More
Exhibition “Deutschlandreise”
Until the end of April 2013, the works of four young artists represented by the renowned agency Magnum Photos will be on display in the exhibition space in the Group's headquarters, The Cube. The exhibition will show works by Olivia Arthur, Paolo Pellegrin, Moises Saman and Peter van Agtmael. More
Reporting
Measuring transparency: View our sustainability key figures and find an overview of Deutsche Börse Group's ratings and rankings. More
Contact
If you have any questions, suggestions or comments relating to corporate responsibility, our CR team will be glad to hear from you. More
Anja Niedringhaus 1965-2014
The renowned photo-journalist fell victim to an attack in Afghanistan on 4 April 2014. More
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