We place a priority on partnering with people, organisations and communities that share our passion for sustainable development and recognise the potential that exists to maximise positive impacts by working together.
While all Nedbank business units, clusters, divisions and employees embrace the role they have to ensure effective and mutually beneficial stakeholder relationships, ultimate responsibility for the effectiveness of our stakeholder engagements rests with the Nedbank Group Exco.
In line with King IV™ we have adopted an inclusive approach to working with our stakeholders to balance their needs, interests and expectations with the best interests of the organisation over time. To ensure consistency and protect the Nedbank brand stakeholder engagement is informed and governed by a comprehensive stakeholder policy and a supporting engagement framework. The Group Operational Committee monitors compliance with this policy and framework, and every business area is required to provide regular reports on all its stakeholder engagement activities and outcomes.
As stakeholder engagement is decentralised at Nedbank there is not a single team that manages all relationships and questions or concerns from stakeholders. Should a stakeholder not be satisfied with the service or assistance they receive from their Nedbank point of contact, there are a number of opportunities that allow for anonymity (if desired) as well as independence to ensure a voice for concerned stakeholders. These include our client call centre, which is the first port of call for all clients’ requests, and Tipoffs Anonymous, which is an independently managed hotline that is open to all stakeholders..
Our primary stakeholders
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