Our Responsibility

Context and Challenges

To address the challenges of sustainable finance and Socially Responsible Investment, Bridge Bank Group expressed its intention in 2022 to engage in a Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) approach.

In view of the climate emergency and the sustainability issues that are now major concerns of the global economic order, the most serious companies are eager to participate in the dynamics of sustainable development and build efficient economic models that take into account climate challenges, environmental, and social dimensions.

Bridge Bank Group aims to position itself in the short term as a responsible and contributing corporate citizen of inclusive and sustainable socio-economic development.

Keen to comply with international requirements for sustainable development and safeguarding indices recommended by Development Financial Institutions (DFIs), Bridge Bank Group has decided to review its overall strategy by now integrating the consideration of environmental, social, and Governance factors, better known by the acronym ESG, into its operational processes.

Our Vision

"Making our common ambitions the successes of the society of tomorrow."

Our Mission

"The socially responsible bank offering innovative solutions tailored to the needs of its clientele of individuals, SMEs, and businesses and as of 2023, becoming a player in a sustainable and ethical economy."

Our Ambition

  • Cover 4 countries and increase the number of direct & indirect clients by 10x
  • Achieve the defined financial performance objectives
  • 90% of employees participating in continuous training
  • 100% of employees trained in the fight against financial fraud
  • 100% of employees trained in BBG-CI's ethics and deontology rules
  • 50% of women in leadership/management positions by 2026
  • 0 accidents with work stoppage
  • 35% of our financing portfolio dedicated to SMEs
  • 5% of our financing portfolio dedicated to projects with a positive impact on the environment
  • 25% reduction in annual paper consumption per site by 2026