On a Mission to Accelerate the Transition 

to a Carbon-Neutral Future

Sustainability lies at the core of Greenomy. Explore our purpose and how it’s positively shaping Greenomy’s impact, as well as the different awards and industry initiatives we proactively participate in.

Our Purpose
Walking the talk

Our Purpose

Why does Greenomy exist?

We accelerate and strengthen the transition to a sustainable economy by providing relevant and reliable information to all stakeholders.

Walking the talk

Sustainability is at the very core of our foundations and we're on our own path to create positive change:

  • We are currently pending our EcoVadis Certification and BCorp Certification.
  • Greenomy is using Greenly, a BCorp certified company to measure, track and report its carbon footprint following the Greenhouse Gas Protocol in order to reduce our emissions.
  • We believe that no one has to feel as if they have to hide at work, this is why we promote a diverse, flexible and inclusive workplace, where we commit to create a culture where everyone feels valued, respected, and able to bring their full selves to Greenomy.
  • Greenomy is actively participating as a member of Women in Finance and committing to support the goals of the Net Zero Financial Service Providers Alliance (NZFSPA).

Advocating with

We are members of renowned industry initiatives within Europe but also globally.


Introducing the IFRS Sustainability Alliance: the global membership programme for sustainability standards, integrated reporting and integrated thinking. The IFRS Sustainability Alliance combines the SASB Alliance and <IR> Business Network into a more expansive membership programme than ever before. Diverse in size and scope, members of the Alliance share a belief in the benefits of a coherent and comprehensive system for corporate disclosure and a more integrated approach to the way organisations, plan and disclose their approach to value creation.


EFRAG is a private association established in 2001 with the encouragement of the European Commission to serve the public interest. EFRAG extended its mission in 2022 following the new role assigned to EFRAG in the CSRD, providing Technical Advice to the European Commission in the form of fully prepared draft EU Sustainability Reporting Standards and/or draft amendments to these Standards. Its Member Organisations are European stakeholders and National Organisations and Civil Society Organisations. 


XBRL International is a global not for profit operating in the public interest. Our purpose is to improve the accountability and transparency of business performance globally, by providing the open data exchange standard for business reporting.


The PRI is the world’s leading proponent of responsible investment. It works:

  • to understand the investment implications of environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors;
  • to support its international network of investor signatories in incorporating these factors into their investment and ownership decisions.

The PRI acts in the long-term interests:

  • of its signatories;
  • of the financial markets and economies in which they operate;
  • and ultimately of the environment and society as a whole.

The PRI is truly independent. It encourages investors to use responsible investment to enhance returns and better manage risks, but does not operate for its own profit; it engages with global policymakers but is not associated with any government; it is supported by, but not part of, the United Nations.


FinDatEx (Financial Data Exchange Templates) is a joint structure established by representatives of the European Financial services sector industry with the view to coordinate, organise and carry out standardisation work to facilitate the exchange of data between stakeholders in application of European Financial markets legislation, such as MiFID II, PRIIPs and Solvency 2.

FinDatex’s mission is to support the development and use of standardised technical templates to facilitate the exchange of data between stakeholders in the application of European Financial market legislation.  


In January 2020 in Davos, Refinitiv and the World Economic Forum spearheaded the formation of a new multi-member alliance through the launch of the Future of Sustainable Data Alliance (FoSDA). The other founding partners are IIF, ASIFMA, Tsinghua University, OMFIF, GFMA, Climate Bonds Initiative, FinTech4good, Everledger, Oxford University, the Spatial Finance Initiative, Catapult, Finance for Biodiversity, and GoImpact.

This collaborative body of global influencers will focus on the fact that investor need reliable, decision-ready data to confidently invest more in sustainable economic activities – and will look to act as a thought leader with the view to ensure the availability of the data needed to accurately inform and increase capital raising needed to tackle global environmental and social challenges.


The "Institut de la Finance Durable" aims to coordinate, federate and accelerate the action of the Paris financial center to achieve the ecological transition and the transformation of the economy towards a low-carbon and inclusive model, aligned with the objectives of the Paris Agreement and the Sustainable Development Goals.

Created in October 2022, the IFD takes over from Finance For Tomorrow.  Finance for Tomorrow brings together all private, public and institutional actors of the Paris financial center willing to commit to a finance that is focused on a sustainable future and combines long-term investment with the consideration of environmental and social challenges.


For the last decade the movement to create solutions in the fight against climate change has reshaped the world and given humanity an opportunity to use the power of community and technology to shape a vision of a sustainable future. We built the Greentech Alliance to connect the stakeholders who are true to this vision and who work tirelessly for our planet and its communities.


FinTech Belgium aims to welcome as members and/or partners, every company directly or indirectly involved in the financial services industry (banking, insurance, asset management, payment, consulting, accounting, big data, technology interfaces, etc…) and that uses or develops operational, technological or commercial innovative models with a view to improve the functioning of the industry or to address its existing or emerging issues.


The Confederation of British Industry is a not-for-profit membership organisation, founded by Royal Charter on 30 July 1965. The CBI has an ambitious vision for the economy of the future. A healthier, more diverse, greener and innovative economy.


The LHoFT Foundation is a public – private sector initiative that drives technology innovation for Luxembourg’s financial services industry, connecting the domestic and international Fintech community.


FINANCE INNOVATION is the unique cluster for innovation in the French financial sector. It has directed concrete actions to accelerate the creation and development of innovative projects devoted to economic, societal and environmental challenges in the service of growth and employment.


We give our industry one voice and ensure that this voice is heard at every level, whilst shaping the narrative and maintaining a coherent message.

In practice, this means that we closely follow developments on key topics relevant to the financial sector, and work with our members to define common positions, ensuring that our efforts are always focused on what will have the most impact for shaping the industry.

We are organised around four main pillars: Innovation, Digital Banking & Payments, Member Relations, Regulatory Affairs and Sustainability & Conduct.


Our members range from small, independent UK investment firms to Europe-wide and global players. Collectively, they manage over £10 trillion of assets on behalf of their clients in the UK and around the world. That is 12% of the £83 trillion global assets under management. We act as their voice and represent their interests to policymakers and regulators, and help explain to the wider world what the industry does.


We support fast-growth tech companies in three clear ways – giving access to world-class customers, talent and infrastructure.


The Observatorio Español de la Financiación Sostenible (OFISO) is a multi-sectorial and independent forum for companies, financial institutions, public administrations and other agents of the financial industry to meet and discuss, inform and bring together professionals on Sustainable Finance and its trends, prepare reports, hold exclusive meetings for its members, with experts from different fields; and organise and participate in other meetings related to its purpose. 


UK Finance is the collective voice for the banking and finance industry. Representing more than 300 firms across the industry, we act to enhance competitiveness, support customers and facilitate innovation.


The Business Information Industry Association (BIIA) is a trade association for providers of a wide range of business information services which help other businesses manage growth and reduce risk.

BIIA members’ services spectrum includes information content, platforms, workflow software, decision systems, identity and authentication services, compliance and risk assessment tools. 


ISSA is a Swiss-domiciled association that supports the securities services industry. ISSA’s members include CSDs, custodians, technology companies and other firms who are actively involved in all aspects of the securities services value chain.


We have been recognised internationally by multiple industry awards.


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