As one of Asia’s leading banks, UOB has a duty to contribute to the region’s long-term economic, social and environmental well-being.
Our sustainability strategy is embedded in our business and aligns with the UN SDGs.
We identify and review regularly material ESG factors which matter most to our business.
We engage our stakeholders through dialogue and collaboration.
Our sustainability governance framework guides our approach to conducting business.
UOB is committed to upholding the highest ethical standards, including through regulatory compliance and respect of human rights.
We have robust protocols and processes for anti-money laundering (AML), countering the financing of terrorism (CFT), and sanctions.
We proactively manage fraud risks across our branches, internet banking and mobile banking channels through our governance framework.
We adopt a strong stance against bribery and corruption, with our Code of Conduct specifying zero tolerance to bribery and corruption in all forms.
Our UOB Code of Conduct lays down the principles of personal and professional behaviour, including respect of human rights, expected of all UOB employees.