Group Human Rights Policy

We at Concordia Financial Group respect the fundamental human rights of our customers, employees, and all other stakeholders, and aim to be a financial group that is trusted by our customers and indispensable to the community.

1.Respect for international norms

We respect international norms such as the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights.

2.Elimination of discrimination

We will not discriminate or violate human rights in any of our corporate activities on the basis of race, ethnicity, religion, nationality, origin, social status, beliefs, age, disability, physical characteristics, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, or any other such basis.

3.Fostering a corporate culture

We foster a corporate culture that respects human rights by viewing all human rights issues as our own, encouraging people to see things from the perspective of others.

4.Establishing a comfortable working environment

We are building relationships of equality where officers and employees recognize each other as business partners and can freely express their opinions.
We eliminate all harassment from the workplace.

5.Implementation of fair recruitment

We hire employees through a rigorous and fair selection process based solely on their ability and aptitude.

6.Implementation of human rights awareness training

We engage in a wide range of human rights awareness-raising activities, including anti-discrimination activities, to help each and every employee have a deep and correct knowledge and understanding of human rights, with the aim of resolving all human rights issues.
Under this policy, we are concerned with negative impacts on human rights from corporate activities of our investment and financing partners and our procurement and contracting partners (supply chain), and we strive to improve and enhance our efforts to respect human rights through dialogue and consultation with relevant stakeholders.