Worldline - 2020 Universal Registration Document


EXTRA-FINANCIAL STATEMENT OF PERFORMANCE Reducing our environmental footprint

Worldline main climate gross R&O for 2030

R&O description and main consequences

Likelihood Magnitude of impact Financial impact Likelihood: Likely Magnitude: medium-high Financial impact: 7.5 € million in 2030

R&O monitoring/ mitigation actions

Transition risk 3

Rising carbon pricing

If policies were to ● fully align with the 2°C target in a Sustainable Development Scenario (SDS or low GHG emissions), 50% of global GHG emissions could be taxed by 2030 which would result in increased annual costs mainly in the value chain as Worldline’s suppliers may be subject to new carbon taxes increasing the price of most energy intensive inputs/products. Worldline is currently ● relatively unaffected by carbon pricing but

Better monitor ●

regulatory evolutions in countries where Worldline operates and scope 3 GHG emissions to better understand the supply chain exposure to carbon pricing. Partner with suppliers ● in order to reduce indirect (or purchased) GHG emissions and introduce environmental clauses in purchasing policy. Achieve Worldline ● Science-Based Targets to limit GHG emissions and reduce exposure to carbon pricing.

80% of countries where Worldline operates have

already implemented some form of carbon pricing mechanisms.


Universal Registration Document 2020

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