Rabobank is the second-largest commercial bank in the Netherlands, originally founded as a cooperative bank for farmers and funded by local initiatives. Today, the bank maintains not only a strong European footprint, but also influence on other nations with large agricultural sectors.

ESG reporting has historically been of particular importance to Rabobank, as climate change has a direct, profound impact on the farmers it finances globally – and heightened regulatory requirements have made it more important than ever to stay at the forefront of these developments.

Rabobank's ESG reporting journey

Read on for insights on Rabobank’s practical steps and innovative approach to ESG data and reporting and how Regnology helped the firm reach new milestones.

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