Shared value defines a new role for banks in society. And some banks are already capitalizing on new opportunities and leverage their biggest asset—their core business—to address some of the world’s toughest challenges.
These banks are realigning their businesses to deliver shared value:
- Barclays is developing products and services to serve financially excluded customers to grow the bank’s retail and corporate businesses. Read Case Study»
- Bendigo Bank is partnering with communities to share the value of banking, growing $24 billion in business, $1 billion in revenue, and community prosperity. Read Case Study»
- Citigroup is making capital available for millions of micro-borrowers while building a new global business line and growing business with corporate clients. Read Case Study»
- Dhaka Bank Limited is banking industry clusters to strengthen local economies, deliver high returns on investment, and drive an active rural branch expansion strategy. Read Case Study»
- Itaú Unibanco is leveraging financial education to grow retail business alongside client prosperity and offer a differentiated service to corporate clients in Brazil. Read Case Study»
- JPMorgan Chase is playing a leading role in growing the impact investing market, serving both issuer and investor clients to develop opportunities for institutional investors. Read Case Study»
- National Australia Bank is aligning customer prosperity with bank success, resulting in significant market share growth and improved financial performance in Australia. Read Case Study»
- Vancity is investing in the local agriculture and food industry to boost regional economic growth in a sustainable way, delivering returns to the community and credit union. Read Case Study»
These case studies are excerpted from FSG’s report, “Banking on Shared Value.” To learn more about other shared value opportunities and explore how leading banks are capitalizing on them, download the full report.