CSR in Topdanmark

In 2019, Topdanmark has achieved a number of good CSR results – e.g. in respect to increased recycling and repair as well as helping customers with stress or after a severe injury. But first and foremost, we have made several significant decisions.
Our CSR goals have been set based on the UN’s Global Compact principles and the UN’s Sus-tainable Development Goals. We want to show that as an organisation we take these climate changes very seriously. Therefore, we have set a goal of becoming CO2 neutral by 2030.

CSR report 2019

UN’s Sustainable Development Goals

In addition, we want to contribute to the UN’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals based on an as-sessment of which goals we can affect the most in a positive way as a financial company: Good health and well-being, gender equality, decent work and economic growth, responsible consumption and production, and climate action.

What we have done

  • Recycled when repairing damages
  • Reduced CO2 emissions by 30 %
  • Reduced the number of stress occurrences for our customers
  • Created a new pension product with the possibility of more green investments.

What we will do moving forward

  • The company Topdanmark will be CO2 neutral in 2030 for Scopes 1 and 2 (CO2 emissions from operation of buildings and from company driving in Topdanmark cars)
  • Further integration of sustainability into the core business
  • Increased focus on recycling and repair of damages
  • Introduce a code of conduct and focus even more data ethics
  • Increased focus on the prevention of  emotional and psychological trauma
  • Focus on gender distribution and diversity when recruiting managers.

Relevant information regarding the announcement of Topdanmark’s CSR report 2019

Topdanmark supports UN Global Compact

We have been a member of the UN Global Compact since 2010 and are committed to the 10 universal principles regarding human rights, workers’ rights, environment and corruption. We interpret the principles so that they create value for us and the world around us.

Learn more about Global Compact on the United Nations website


Pernille Fogh Christensen
CSR Responsible