Types of EthSI mark

Based on the values promoted by EthSI, a set of types of mark is established for insurance companies, brokers and managers another type for insurance products.

1. Select one of the following three categories to find out the applicable types of EthSI mark:

2. Choose the level of application of the EthSI mark

Main criteria assessed in insurance companies and managers for granting the EthSI mark

  • Fairness – Social and solidarity-based orientation of products
  • Respect for customers (transparent sales; comprehensible products sales; friendly, flexible, simple customer service)
  • Respect for society (products that meet social needs based on policies and activities carried out by drawing up and publishing a sustainability or CSR report or social balance sheet (XES, REAS, Social Market))
  • Responsibility with the community and the local area
  • Local cultural protection concerning internal and external communication
  • Network participation and/or work with regional bodies
  • Promotion of the local economy
  • Economic responsibility
  • Purchasing in the social and solidarity-based economy
  • Purchasing in the social and solidarity-based economy
  • Impact on suppliers
  • Economic surplus
  • Fiscal responsibility
  • Environmental responsibility
  • Legal compliance
  • Sustainability policies
  • Energy and consumption indicators
  • Waste management
  • Employment responsibility
  • Wages policy
  • Equality or gender policy
  • Inclusion policy
  • Employment quality (training; conciliation; type of contract)
  • Structure of society, governance and democratic operation
  • Balancing interest groups
  • Cooperativism, mutualism and the solidarity-based economy
  • Labour relations and participation in the organisation
  • Existence and operation of an ethics committee
  • Ethical banking user
  • Operating with cooperative and/or ethical banks
  • Management of at least 10% of cash reserves using ethical banking
  • Responsible/ethical investment
  • Commitment to adopting ethical investment measures and criteria
  • Investment management policies under ethical criteria
  • % of total volume of investments managed under ethical criteria

Main criteria assessed in insurance companies and managers for granting the EthSI mark

  • Fairness – Social and solidarity-based orientation of products
  • Respect for customers (transparent sales; comprehensible products sales; friendly, flexible, simple customer service)
  • Respect for society (products that meet social needs based on policies and activities carried out by drawing up and publishing a sustainability or CSR report or social balance sheet (XES, REAS, Social Market))
  • Responsibility with the community and the local area
  • Local cultural protection concerning internal and external communication
  • Network participation and/or work with regional bodies
  • Promotion of the local economy
  • Economic responsibility
  • Purchasing in the social and solidarity-based economy
  • Impact on suppliers
  • Economic surplus
  • Fiscal responsibility
  • Environmental responsibility
  • Legal compliance
  • Sustainability policies
  • Energy and consumption indicators
  • Waste management
  • Employment responsibility
  • Wages policy
  • Equality or gender policy
  • Inclusion policy
  • Employment quality (training; conciliation; type of contract)
  • Structure of society, governance and democratic operation
  • Balancing interest groups
  • Cooperativism, mutualism and the solidarity-based economy
  • Labour relations and participation in the organisation
  • Existence and operation of an ethics committee
  • Ethical banking user
  • Operating with cooperative and/or ethical banks
  • Management of at least 10% of cash reserves using ethical banking
  • Responsible/ethical investment
  • Commitment to adopting ethical investment measures and criteria
  • Investment management policies under ethical criteria
  • % of total volume of investments managed under ethical criteria

Main criteria assessed in insurance companies and managers for granting the EthSI mark

  • Fairness – Social and solidarity-based orientation of products
  • Respect for customers (transparent sales; comprehensible products sales; friendly, flexible, simple customer service)
  • Respect for society (products that meet social needs based on policies and activities carried out by drawing up and publishing a sustainability or CSR report or social balance sheet (XES, REAS, Social Market))
  • Responsibility with the community and the local area
  • Local cultural protection concerning internal and external communication
  • Network participation and/or work with regional bodies
  • Promotion of the local economy
  • Economic responsibility
  • Purchasing in the social and solidarity-based economy
  • Impact on suppliers
  • Economic surplus
  • Fiscal responsibility
  • Environmental responsibility
  • Legal compliance
  • Sustainability policies
  • Energy and consumption indicators
  • Waste management
  • Employment responsibility
  • Wages policy
  • Equality or gender policy
  • Inclusion policy
  • Employment quality (training; conciliation; type of contract)
  • Structure of society, governance and democratic operation
  • Balancing interest groups
  • Cooperativism, mutualism and the solidarity-based economy
  • Labour relations and participation in the organisation
  • Existence and operation of an ethics committee
  • Ethical banking user
  • Operating with cooperative and/or ethical banks
  • Management of at least 10% of cash reserves using ethical banking
  • Responsible/ethical investment
  • Commitment to adopting ethical investment measures and criteria
  • Investment management policies under ethical criteria
  • % of total volume of investments managed under ethical criteria