Corporate Responsibility

Corporate Responsibility

As a cooperative bank, Corporate Responsibility forms part of the ethos of Rabobank Group. Rabobank Group supports many initiatives worldwide including Rabobank Foundation. Since 1973, the Rabobank Foundation has supported projects that promote economic participation and self-sufficiency in the Netherlands and internationally, providing both financial aid and technical support. Rabobank has been operating in Ireland since 1994 and RaboDirect launched in Ireland in 2005.

Corporate Responsibility for Rabobank Dublin is managed under four pillars with: Marketplace, Community, Workplace and Environment.

Marketplace >>

Rabobank's key stakeholders in the marketplace are our customers, potential customers, industry groups as well as regulatory and other bodies and our colleagues and peers within the overall Rabobank Group.

In terms of corporate responsibility, and complementing our corporate banking services, we engage with the marketplace via our work with industry groups in the food and agri sectors. We promote and follow the Rabobank cooperative ethos and we strive to offer thought leadership and knowledge transfer/exchange in our areas of expertise, which are agriculture, food and agribusiness. Click here to read more about how we support the food and agri industry in Ireland.

Community >>

Rabobank Dublin encourages Employees to participate in CSR events at work and through their communities and up to two days community leave can be taken each year.

Click here to read more about how Rabobank contributes to the community

Workplace >>

As part of Rabobank Dublin's commitment to improving well-being in the workplace, the Bank have invested substantially in employee facilities and in people development and regularly implement improvements and enhancements with the objective of improving employee satisfaction. Click here to read more.

Environment >>

One of Rabobank Group’s objectives is careful treatment of the environment by limiting consumption, efficient use of natural resources, preferring to use sustainable sources/sustainable products and services and compensating the remaining CO2 emissions from our own energy consumption. Click here to read more.