Worldline - 2020 Universal Registration Document
EXTRA-FINANCIAL STATEMENT OF PERFORMANCE Reducing our environmental footprint
Fight climate change [GRI 103-2 Energy] D.5.2
[GRI 103-2 Indirect Economic Impacts] [GRI 103-2 Emissions] [GRI 302-4 Reduction of energy consumption] [GRI 305-5 Reduction of GHG emissions]
Align with the TCFD recommendations D.5.2.1
Worldline thorough climate D.188.8.131.52 risks & opportunities analysis
the TCDF makes recommendations and create a framework to help companies strengthen their climate governance and provide the relevant climate reporting expected by institutional
In 2020, Worldline disclosed, for the second time, its CO 2 investors. Such recommendations are based on best practices emissions and carbon reduction strategy to the Climate (scenario and Risks and Opportunities (R&O) analysis, change CDP questionnaire, to assess its maturity regarding its Science-Based-Targets, etc.) to eventually enable business to climate-related governance, strategy, risks management and integrate climate at the core of the strategy and prepare for climate indicators and objectives. Created in 2016 by the future regulatory requirements. Financial Stability Board (FSB) at the request of G20 ministers,
Type of recommendations
Metrics and Targets
Recommendations (for more information refer to the TCFD report on fsb-tcfd.org)
Disclose the organisation’s
Disclose the actual and potential material impacts of climate-related R&O on the organisation’s businesses, strategy, and financial planning. Identification of the main climate R&O and their financial impacts, relying on different climate-related scenarios, including a below 2°C scenario.
Disclose how the organisation identifies, assesses, and manages climate-related risks.
Disclose the metrics and targets used to assess and manage relevant climate-related R&O.
governance around climate-related risks and opportunities.
Worldline actions to fully align with the TCFD recommendations in 2019
Creation of a Social and Environmental Committee at Board level.
Increased integration of the climate R&O and their financial impacts in
Setting of Worldline’s Science-Based Targets aligned with the well below 2°C scenario.
the Company’s Enterprise Risk Management.
In 2019, Worldline conducted a climate Risks and Opportunities analysis with the objective to better respond to Worldline stakeholders’ need for climate-related information and better measure the climate impacts faced by Worldline to increase the Company resilience. A three steps methodology was executed: (i) identification of most material risk & opportunities, (ii) specification of the impacts; and (iii) assessment of climate related R&O (Risks and Opportunities). Mitigation actions per risk and opportunity were then listed. The most material Risks and Opportunities identified as well as the estimates provided for the financial impact analysis are the results of a consultative process that required three internal workshops involving contributors from all the relevant departments: Risk, Compliance, Environment and CSR, Data
Centres management, Strategy, Finance, Marketing, Logistics & Housing (L&H), Business Continuity departments. Based on these workshop discussions, a climate-scenario analysis was conducted to strengthen the relevance of the results. The methodology used also aligned with the TCFD framework and is based on Worldline existing Enterprise Risk Management framework. The table hereafter summarised the key findings of this analysis. None of the estimated financial impacts of these gross (or inherent) risks has been considered as severe. All these risks were already covered through Worldline ERM.
Universal Registration Document 2020
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