- Thales has published its first Integrated Report.
- Corporate responsibility is an integral part of Thales's Ambition 10 strategic vision.
- Thales's corporate responsibility policy supports its ability to meet tomorrow's challenges of protecting people, property and data.
- The report includes a materiality matrix to demonstrate Thales's progress towards its ESG objectives.
Thales has published its first Integrated Report, reflecting the Group's strategic objective of achieving all-round performance through a commitment to corporate responsibility that has been a core value for more than 15 years.
The new report (link) demonstrates how Thales's corporate responsibility policy is integral to its Ambition 10 strategic vision and underpins its ability to meet tomorrow's challenges of protecting people, property and data.
The report presents the Group's strategy and outlook for the future, and uses a materiality matrix to demonstrate the progress that Thales is making towards its ESG (Environment, Social, Governance) objectives. It describes the policies in place to meet these objectives and explores the Group's financial as well as extra-financial performance.
Integrated reporting is an opportunity to explain the Group's businesses and the complexity of the environments in which they operate, and to demonstrate how Thales creates value for all of its stakeholders over the short, medium and long term.
"This analysis of the Group's key priorities shows a clear convergence between our strategic vision and the demanding expectations of our stakeholders," said Isabelle Simon, Thales General Secretary.