CREATIVE AND RESPONSIBLE FINANCIERS
- SGB Finance is a subsidiary of CGL, Compagnie Générale de Location d’Equipements S.A.. The CGL Group is committed to a CSR policy.
- We are seeking acknowledgement of our social and environmental responsibility approach with AFNOR, the French Standardization Association.
- We are basing our efforts on the ISO 26000 International Standard. CSR is at the heart of our strategy.
PAYING ATTENTION TO OUR PARTNERS AND CUSTOMERS
Nearly 20 years, our success has been centred on listening to and respecting all those we work with. We are committed to the quality of the relationships that we have, as our long-term strategy is based on a win-win philosophy.
Our customers benefit from solutions that are adapted to their budget and their pace of life.
AN ENVIRONMENTALLY RESPONSIBLE APPROACH
We play an active part in the sustainable development approach that has been applied by the Société Générale Group since 2007.
Protecting the planet and minimising our environmental impact have become essential challenges for any responsible company.
To apply our approach every day, we focus our projects on carbon compensation, and on economising on power, equipment and consumables, by example using large quantities of recycled, ecological paper.
Protecting the environment is an essential aspect of our company’s strategy.
A SOCIALLY RESPONSIBLE COMPANY
We build our future, and the future of our employees, on values of professionalism, innovation and team spirit.
We are committed to diversity and equal opportunities: Our diversity charter protects employees against any risk of discrimination at any stage in their careers.
All employees are given the means to play a role in their professional and personal development through a training plan and a policy of internal promotion.
We are also committed to recruiting and employing the young, seniors, handicapped workers, and integrating work/study sandwich contracts and internships. As a socially responsible company, we undertake a variety of charitable actions with associations, such as coaching newly qualified people from disadvantaged backgrounds, or even organising “Dream” days for ill children.