Worldline - 2019 Universal Registration Document

EXTRA-FINANCIAL STATEMENT OF PERFORMANCE Integrating sustainability in Worldline’s business

Vigeo Eiris: the composition of the Euronext Vigeo Eiris ● indices is updated each year based on the opinions of Vigeo Eiris conducted approximately every 2 years. Worldline has been evaluated in 2019 and has been ranked 5 th /45 in its industry, with a score of 56/100. DJSI (Dow Jones Sustainability Index)/Robeco SAM: ● created in 1999 by S&P Dow Jones indices in conjunction with Robeco SAM, these indices distinguish companies in each industry with the best performance in terms of sustainable development. Following its first assessment by Robeco SAM, Worldline obtained an ESG score of 67/100. With this overall score, strongly boosted by a significant

85/100 rating in the environmental area, Worldline is currently positioned as the 10 th best sustainable companies in its industry. Gaïa Index: in 2019, Worldline has been recognized by ● Ethifinance for the Gaïa Index for the transparency of its extra-financial information by obtaining a score of 88/100 in 2019 against a score of 82/100 in 2017. FTSE4Good: in 2019, Worldline has been included in the ● FTSE4Good index series for the first submission. For the 2018 exercise, the Group has obtained an overall score of 4.5/5 and is in the top 4% of its industry. Sustainability Directors' Club (C3D): Worldline is an active ● member of the C3D organization which aims at networking and sharing the latest CSR practices and regulations. The CSR officer of Worldline is an administrator of the C3D; L’ORSE (Observatory on Corporate Social Responsibility): ● Since 2019, Worldline is a member of l’ORSE, making contributions to in-depth thinking relating to CSR best practices; City of Paris climate commitment: Paris Climate Plan (Plan ● Climat de Paris) aims to lay the foundations of a carbon-neutral city in 2050, which adapt to climate hazards and is resilient to crisis. In 2018, Worldline has signed the Climate Plan of Paris Charter and commit alongside the City of Paris to align its business strategy with trajectory 2°C; The French business Climate Pledge commitment: ● Launched in 2017, this initiative gathers 99 French companies which, by becoming signatories, have collectively committed to change their behaviors and invest in renewable energy, energy efficiency and other low-carbon technologies. This investment to fight against climate change amounted to € 68 billion between 2017 and 2019. Worldline joined these companies in 2019 at the “Rencontre des Entrepreneurs de France”.

Strengthen our actions through external partnerships [GRI 102-12] D.1.3.3 To stay abreast of the latest market trends and industry sustainability best practices, and thus develop its CSR performance, Worldline is an active member of the following networks and organizations: United Nations Global Compact (launched in 1999): ●

Companies that sign the Global Compact commit to respect 10 fundamental principles in 4 areas: Human Rights, labor rights, the environment and anti-corruption. Committed since 2010, Worldline has joined the Global Compact on its own initiative since 2016 to reinforce its engagement. In this regard, the Company is also committed to contribute to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) (refer to Section D.1.1.4 of this document); Global Reporting Initiative Community: The Global ● Reporting Initiative (GRI) was created in 1997 aiming to develop globally applicable directives and standards to report on economic, environmental and social performances. Worldline aligns its sustainability reporting with the GRI framework since 2014. The Group is a member of the Community and supports the mission of the GRI to empower decision makers everywhere, through the GRI standards;


Disclose our CSR performance through an extra-financial reporting with highest D.1.3.4 standards [GRI 102-46] and [GRI 102-47]

Making extra-financial information D. accessible and transparent through reports that align with the GRI Standards [GRI 102-12] [GRI 102-46] [GRI 102-54] and

releases two Annual Reports published on Worldline website, free to access: The Universal Registration Document (URD) that includes ● the whole set of key performance indicators and the results of the materiality assessment, in line with Worldline’s financial statements. The document is intended for the investor community. it complies with the French Grenelle II law, the Sapin II law, the Duty of Vigilance law, the Energy Transition for Green Growth law and the French transposition of the European Directive 2014/95/EU on the declaration of extra-financial performance;

[GRI 103-3 Worldline Specific Disclosure] [GRI 103-3 Indirect Economic Impacts]

This report have been prepared in accordance with the GRI Standards : Comprehensive option since 2016. Their approach was also developed in accordance with the principles of the AA1000 AP standard (refer to Section D.1.1.3). The Group


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