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Sustainable banking is the standard in the policy pursued by Rabobank. A focus on the long term and on sustainable economic development, which strikes a balance between prosperity and well-being, is appropriate for this.
Adequate capital and liquidity buffers are the determinants of financial robustness. They are therefore prerequisites and are vital for retaining a high credit rating and good access to professional funding.
Based on its identity, Rabobank sees cooperative banking and sustainability as being intertwined.
Rabobank’s cooperative structure and local ties have set it apart for over 110 years.
Situation at 31 December 2012.
The United Nations declared 2012 the International Year of Cooperatives. By doing so, they stressed the importance of the cooperative as a business model for the world economy.
In addition to offering financial services, Rabobank is committed to investing in local communities and in creating a more sustainable society. Rabobank has put a lot of effort and money towards achieving this ambition year after year.
For 40 years already, Rabobank Foundation has supported the social and economic development of underprivileged groups worldwide.
The reputation of the financial sector is under serious threat. Studies show that Rabobank still has a good reputation.
At a press conference on 19 October 2012, Rabobank announced that it had decided to withdraw from professional cycling after having sponsored a men’s team for 17 years.