Fincantieri awarded with financial communication prize Oscar di Bilancio for the second time
Fincantieri awarded with the Oscar di Bilancio 2022
Fincantieri was awarded the Special Prize for its Sustainability Report during the 2022 “Oscar di Bilancio” – financial communication award – edition, after the “Oscar di Bilancio” achieved two years ago. The prize, which reached its 58th edition this year, is promoted and organized by FERPI (Italian Federation of Public Relations), acknowledging the most virtuous companies in the field of financial reporting and relations with stakeholders. The award has always represented a significant milestone for professionals operating within the economic and financial sector as well as in the field of market communications. Giuseppe Dado, Chief Financial Officer of Fincantieri, accepted the award.
The awarding Commission’s motivation acknowledges Fincantieri for having presented a Non-Financial statement,
featuring an adequate and balanced coverage of all areas of sustainability reporting, highlighting the commitment to a transparent communication towards the different stakeholder categories. A truly thorough Non-Financial statement in which targets are accurately identified, with special attention to environmental and social issues.
Pierroberto Folgiero, CEO of Fincantieri, said: “We are proud of this result which rewards our great commitment to sustainability, underlining the achievements and the goals that the Group wants to reach. We believe that this is the right course: we want to make more and more organic our responsible management-related vision, which is a fundamental pillar for any forward-looking company. Fincantieri is fully engaged to reduce emissions and fight climate change with particular focus on the ships’ energy efficiency and the implementation of alternative fuels. These are goals
we are pursuing with breakthrough initiatives such as the development of new generation hydrogenpowered ships and the Zeus project, which focuses on a zero-emission ship”.
Launched in 1954 by the will of Roberto Tremelloni, then-president of the Institute for Public Relations and former Finance Minister, the award aims at stimulating companies to improve the process of presenting, drafting and disseminating their annual report. The award goes to the best financial statement correlated with social and environmental performance. The organizing committee of the award today also consists of the Italian Stock Exchange and the Bocconi University, as well as other partner associations.