SDGs are the core of our development agenda

Generating impact

The insurance sector has a wide field of action in the industry, from different roles, so we defined the priorities that allow us to have a clear picture in decision-making and the development of the Sustainable Growth Strategy, in order to contribute and progress effectively in achieving the targets set in the SDGs.

The Sustainable Development Goals for the insurance sector

More about the priority map

Through a methodology of analysis and definition of priorities within the sector, research was carried out and it allowed us to know the most important points of the relationship between the insurance industry and the targets set for each SDG. As a result of this process, a map of priorities was built, based on the conceptual idea of a bull’s eye target.

The analysis helped us to identify the SDG with the highest priority, which was placed in the center of the target, SDG 8: Decent Work and Economic Growth. From this, the other goals were distributed in four rings or levels. These goals are also connected to each other, for example, ring two, SDG 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities is connected to SDG1: No Poverty and SDG10: Reduced Inequalities.

Thus, the 17 SDGs set by the UN are integrated into the insurance sector’s Sustainable Growth Strategy.

Additional links

For more information, the Sustainable Growth Strategy is available at the following link: