Make everything count

Sustainability is about making everything count

Acting responsibly is part of our DNA at SimCorp. Sustainability is about reducing climate change, but it’s also about enabling sustainable ESG investing, ensuring responsible business behavior, and supporting diversity, equity, and inclusion among people and letting them grow.

To progress on our sustainability journey, in 2022, we took important steps to strengthen our data and knowledge, increase transparency, and – ultimately – achieve bigger impact. Our sustainability agenda aligns with our business strategy, as we gradually integrate our sustainability efforts across business processes and operations, product innovation, client services, and engagement with our people and stakeholders.

Christian Kromann
CEO, SimCorp

SimCorp’s ESG Fund for Employees 

The SimCorp ESG Fund supports employees who take an active part in sustainability-related activities that make a positive impact in their local communities.



Image (from the left): Marta Wróbel, Anette Bank, and Roland August joined their SimCorp team in helping build a playground in a local daycare facility in Warsaw. 

SimCorp’s ESG Fund for Employees

All SimCorp employees globally can apply for support for projects.

In 2022, the SimCorp ESG Fund gave donations for:

  • “Rodovid school library for Ukrainian children in Denmark”, an initiative to help give Ukrainian children access to books in their native language. 
  • “Walk for the Children´s Helpline”, an initiative raising funds for the Children´s Helpline in Denmark, which provides vulnerable children with the opportunity to speak with an advisor. 
  • “Give Hope to Leyte”, a project supporting the families affected by the Tropical Storm Agaton in the Philippines by providing relief goods, school supplies, toys, and food. 
  • “Shelter Under the Wings”, a day care facility in Warsaw for adults with mental health conditions, which was refurbished by SimCorp volunteers. 
  • “Happy Sunshine School refreshment”, an initiative that helps provide teaching materials and refurbish classrooms to support Cambodian children. “
  • Building Block Baby Bank Project and The Coffee Morning Luncheon Club”, charity activities in London by the Church of God (Seventh Day). 
  • “Smart Family – School of Foreign Languages” funding of classroom and teaching materials improvements in a children’s school in Kyiv. 

code.org – a way of giving back

code.org is a nonprofit organization dedicated to expanding access to computer science in schools and increasing participation by young women and students from other under-represented groups. SimCorp generously donates a sum of money to code.org each year through our referral program across the global SimCorp organization. By supporting code.org, we give something back to the talent pool that we are hiring from.


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