Sopra Steria - 2019 Convening notice


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Corporate responsibility

For more than 50 years we have built our Group on solid fundamentals and a set of ethical principles and core values that define us. Our ambition is to be a company engaged in the key issues currently facing society, drawing on our principles and values, and setting ambitious, meaningful targets that create value for all our stakeholders. Sopra Steria’s corporate responsibility strategy is built on 7 key priorities: • Being a leading employer that attracts the best talent, fosters employee dialogue and promotes diversity and equal opportunities; • Establishing ongoing constructive and transparent dialogue with our stakeholders; • Being the partner of choice for our clients, meeting their needs as effectively as possible by providing themwith the best technology; • Involving our entire value chain in our corporate responsibility approach to contribute to a more sustainable world; • Reducing the environmental impact of our operations and contributing to a low-carbon economy; • Acting ethically and with integrity in our day-to-day operations and all our business activities; • Supporting local communities by stepping up our community engagement initiatives, notably in the area of digital inclusion. Our strategy is supported by an improvement process focusing on a number of key issues. This process is based on our commitment to the United Nations Global Compact, a matrix-based analysis of the various challenges facing the Group, and a governance framework that coordinates the implementation of strategy and related measures.






• Equal opportunities • Employability

• Strengthening

• GHG (1) reduction target per employee: -43% between 2015 and 2025 approved by the SBTi (2) (-29.1% achieved between 2015 and 2018) • CarbonNeutral® business travel, office space and on- and off-site data centres • Incorporate sustainable development priorities into the value proposition

stakeholder dialogue • Community outreach

• A Code of Ethics, supplemented by a Code

• Greater emphasis on access to employment opportunities

programmes under which employees support local communities

of Conduct for the prevention of corruption and influence peddling, has been published

and employment support for people with disabilities

• Skills development • Career management

in ten languages and distributed to all Group employees

by measuring the impact of solutions provided to our clients to meet the environmental challenges they face

High-profile recognition from three major international organisations in early 2019

Sopra Steria Group joined 3 new Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) indices in 2018

• CDP Climate Change For the second year running, Sopra Steria is made a member of the A List in recognition of its environmental performance • CDP Supplier Engagement leader Sopra Steria's performance in the environmental engagement of its supply chain also made Sopra Steria a “Supplier Engagement leader” • EcoVadis Its corporate responsibility performance earned Sopra Steria the Gold category – Advanced level for its corporate responsibility performance

• Dow Jones Sustainability Europe Index (DJSI Europe Index) • Eurozone 120 index • ESI Excellence Europe Index (Ethibel Sustainability Europe Index)

See Chapter 3 of the 2018 Registration Document for more information

1 Greenhouse gas emissions from business travel, offices and on- and off-site data centres 2 Science Based Targets initiative



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