Agenda 2030 Agenda 2030



The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the United Nations are intended to ensure sustainable development from an economic, social, and ecological perspective. The General Assembly of the United Nations adopted the SDGs, with a runtime until 2030, by consensus in New York in September 2015. The 17 goals with a total of 169 sub-goals address economic growth, disparities in living standards and equal opportunities, sustainable use of natural resources and human rights.


To enable concrete action, the SDGs are to be implemented by all states, civil society and the private sector, particularly at a regional and local level. This means that Commerzbank also has a responsibility to contribute to the SDGs. We are primarily focusing our efforts on those goals on which we have the greatest impact by means of our business model. Therefore, the environmental SDGs are our initial strategic focus: After all, protecting ecological livelihoods is a prerequisite for social stability and economic prosperity, which is where our greatest impact lever as a financial institution lies. In the overview below, we illustrate precisely how Commerzbank contributes to the achievement of each goal. Please click the SDGs' individual tiles for further information.

Overview SDG Strategy SDG 5B SDG 7K SDG 12K SDG 17K SDG 8K SDG 9K SDG 4B SDG 5K SDG 7B SDG 3B SDG 15K SDG 15 B SDG 8B SDG 17B SDG 11K SDG 10B SDG 13B SDG 13K SDG 12B SDG 16B SDG 11B

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