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Belfius is a Belgian banking and insurance group. It originates from 2011 when the former Dexia Group went through a major restructuring. The state of Belgium became the owner of Dexia Bank Belgium. It was renamed Belfius Bank and Insurance and is now completely separate from Dexia SA Group. Belfius offers retail, public, commercial and private banking services as well as insurance products.
Place Charles Rogier 11
Marc Raisière |
|Annual report||CSR Report 2020|
Belfius is owned by the Belgian federal state through the Federal Holding and Investment Company (FHIC).
|Complaints and grievances||
Belfius does not operate a complaints or grievances channel for individuals or communities that might have been affected by its finance.
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Voluntary standardsBelfius has committed itself to the following voluntary standards:
Belfius states in its csr policy that "it does not finance companies that are active in the extraction of coal and/or unconventional oil or gas. Belfius does not finance any projects based on fossil fuels in the energy production sector. Belfius will only provide funding to companies in the fossil fuels sector to help them in their transition to new, renewable energy technologies and applications".
The bank's web page on corporate social responsibility can be accessed here.