CSR governance

Governance that strengthens the integration of CSR issues into the strategy and business lines

The Group is keen to integrate these issues into its strategy and the day-to-day activities of its business lines, and is pursuing a decentralized approach to CSR. The CSR department, which is linked to the General Secretariat, relies on various bodies and business line representatives to implement the Group’s CSR strategy.

In addition, in order to reinforce CSR integration, Fnac Darty has chosen to include CSR objectives in the calculation of the variable compensation of all managers and members of the Group’s Executive Committee.

Board of Directors and SECR CommitteeApproves the mission and strategy, including the Group’s climate strategy. The SECR committee meets three times a year and reports to the board.
Executive CommitteeDefines the company’s mission and defines a strategy in line with the mission.
General SecretariatThe CSR department reports to the General Secretariat, which is responsible for governance, ethics and compliance issues. It steers the company’s CSR mission and strategy.
Climate CommitteeResponsible for rolling out the low-carbon strategy.
Ethics CommitteeResponsible for compliance with the Sapin 2, Duty of Care, and GDPR laws.
Circular Economy CommitteeResponsible for rolling out projects to reduce the impact of waste and unsold goods, and optimize packaging.
France and International CSR CommitteesResponsible for monitoring the CSR roadmaps of each department and country.
Business line representatives14 business line representatives define and steer the CSR roadmaps of their department or subsidiary.
CSR ambassadorNetwork in all integrated Fnac and Darty stores set up in September 2023, which makes it possible to circulate the CSR strategy as close as possible to employees and place them center stage with Group customers.
Sustainability CommitteeMonitors action plans aimed at offering sustainable products and services.
Internal Audit CommitteeLed by risk management, it controls the prevention and mitigation policies for certain risks identified in the mapping of risks covered by the Duty of Care law.
“Ecolaws” CommitteeA cross-cutting collaborative committee established in 2023. Its purpose is to better anticipate changes and new environmental regulatory obligations that have an impact on products. Regulatory monitoring and increased team awareness enable the committee to arbitrate and monitor all relevant regulatory issues with the relevant business departments.

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Sustainable consumption

Promoting an educated choice and sustainable consumption

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Protecting the climate and biodiversity

Reducing the impact on the climate

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Human capital

Developing our main asset: our Human Capital

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Business ethics

Setting a shining example in business ethics

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Regions and culture

Contributing to the social and cultural development of the regions

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