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NUMBER OF SUPPLIERS SCORED BASED ON THEIR CSR PERFORMANCE AS PART OF TENDER OFFERS IN FRANCE

BNP Paribas encourages its suppliers to embrace its vision of corporate social responsibility. It requires suppliers in its four domestic markets (France, Italy, Luxembourg, Belgium) to complete a questionnaire evaluating their CSR performance. As at end-2014, 1,451 CSR performance evaluations were conducted on the Group’s service providers in all four countries.

VOLUNTEERING

Two associations, MicroFinance Sans Frontières (MFSF) and Bénévolat de Compétences et Solidarité (BCS) offer ways for Group staff, current and retired, to donate their skills. During 2014, they coordinated a total of more than 55,000 volunteer hours. At the same time, BNP Paribas employees contributed more than 75,000 hours of their time to charitable work.

CORPORATE PHILANTHROPY

In 2014 BNP Paribas, through the BNP Paribas Foundation, ran 3,956 projects with total budgets of €40 million in three areas:

This data is slightly different to that published in the 2014 Registration Document, which reported 4,080 projects for a budget of €39.5 million, due to a subsequent audit of certain projects which allowed for more refined reporting.

COMPARATIVE TRENDS IN OUTSTANDING CORPORATE AND PERSONAL LOANS AND IN GDP

TREND END-2014 VS. END-2008 IN LOANS OUTSTANDING TO COMPANIES AND INDIVIDUALS CHANGE IN GDP END-2014VS. END-2008 (IN VALUE) FOR THEREGION CONCERNED
France 19.3% 10.9%
Italy 12.8% 2.7%
Belgium + Luxembourg (see asterisk)
(asterisk) The comparison is made between end-2014 and end-2009 for operations in Belgium and Luxembourg combined.
21.0% 19.0%

For six years, BNP Paribas has been able to increase lending to customers, despite adverse economic conditions. The total amount of loans extended to businesses and individuals has thus increased regularly within the Group’s four domestic markets and in a proportion well above the level of economic growth in these countries.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION

Learn more about BNP Paribas’ commitment to sustainable development or consult the online version of the 2014 CSR report at:

http://www.bnpparibas.com/en/responsible-bank/csr

Other accessibility-enhanced publications are available at:

http://www.bnpparibas.com/en
We also wish to thank all the Group employees who contributed to this CSR Report.

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