NAB continues to be ranked within the 100 Most Sustainable Corporations in the world

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NAB continues to be ranked within the 100 most sustainable corporations in the world.

Corporate Knights announced NAB’s spot among the world’s best based on their rigorous assessment of the financial and sustainability performance of nearly 7,000 companies.

Ranking 71, NAB is the only Australian bank to make the top 100 list and one of only three Australian companies.

NAB Group Executive, Corporate and Institutional Banking, David Gall said the ranking again reinforces NAB’s commitment to climate action and making a positive and lasting impact on customers, communities and the environment.

“With 50 per cent of the rating based on a company’s clean revenue and investments, our role as the leading Australian bank for lending to renewables plays an important part in our ranking,” Mr Gall said.

“Renewables represent 71 per cent of our total lending to energy. Since 2003 we’ve completed 150 renewable financing transactions and lent over $11.5 billion”.

“Climate action is everyone’s job. We need to be part of the solution and support our customers as they take action too,” Mr Gall said.

For full rankings and methodology details, you can visit corporateknights.com/global100

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