LHV green turn
Anthropological climate change is one of the biggest challenges of our generation, and the financial sector has a central role to play in solving it. As part of the cash flows of the economy, we support the transition to a climate-neutral and sustainable economy.
Signatories of the UN Principles for Responsible Banking
Contributing to achieving the goals of the Paris Climate Agreement
Supporting Estonia’s goal of achieving a climate-neutral economy by 2050
Striving to be one of the private sector’s leaders in the field of environmentally-friendly investments
Open to the opportunities afforded by the new economy
We follow the principles of a green office. From 2022 our office operations will be climate neutral
LHV green projects
Estonia has aimed to reach climate neutrality by 2050. To achieve this goal, cooperation between the state, the public sector and the private sector as well as precise plan are necessary. LHV has initiated undertakings to facilitate the transition with its activities.
LHV green products
As part of an important society sector, we influence the environment around us directly through our products and services. We have developed offers that help LHV customers make environmentally friendly choices.
Green Tiger is a new initiative from Let's Do It, the organization that launched the global World Cleanup Day project. The aim of Green Tiger is to shape the movement into the next big countrywide initiative. Green Tiger can also be compared to the Estonian Tiger Leap computerization project from a few decades ago. Green Tiger creates a circular economy model for individuals, the community, as well as the private and the public sector. Green Tiger will be a future trendsetter for other countries. So far, LHV is the initiative’s only representative and partner from the banking sector.
Estonian Banking Association
The Estonian Banking Association’s sustainable banking committee was created in January 2020 at the initiative of LHV. One of the main goals of the committee is to use financing activities to help identify and leverage new sustainable business opportunities that will increase the competitiveness of local companies, communities and the country as a whole. The committee will alsocontribute to building sustainability-related awareness and be a partner for governmental institutions, the Bank of Estonia, and influential organizations in developing the field of sustainable financing.
LHV is a member of FinanceEstonia.Our activity in this non-profit allows us to contribute to the spread of sustainable banking principles throughout the financial sector. We also support the Green Finance conference organized by FinanceEstonia, dedicated to discussions on the green ethos as a future trend throughout the financial services world. FinanceEstonia supports the development of the financial sector, innovation, and the export of services.
The gold level award represents an organisation whose responsible business practice is a leading example. The organisation has systematically integrated responsible business conduct principles into its core business activities and contributes to responsible business practices in its own value chain as well as in society at large.