Key Performance Indicators

Sustainability Performance

Mining and processing precious metals are essential activities in our global economy and carry social acceptability with environmental challenges that must be effectively addressed. Finding solutions to these challenges requires exceptional commitment, operational excellence and innovation. We use a wide range of indicators to measure sustainability performance within each aspect of our health, safety, environment and community relations framework.

Sustainability KPIs

AR20 Sustainability Kpis

AR20 HSECR Ethical Conduct Kpis

Awards and Recognitions

Responsibility ESR

CONCAMIN & CEMEFI

Ethics and Values in Industry from the Mexican Confederation of Industrial Chambers (CONCAMIN) and Socially Responsible Company award from the Mexican Centre for Philanthropy (CEMEFI). 

Euronext Vigeo

Euronext-Vigeo EM 70

Environment, Social and Governance (ESG) performance recognised in Euronext-Vigeo EM 70 Index, recognising the 70 most sustainable companies operating in emerging markets.

Stoxx ESG Members

Stoxx ESG Sustainability Indices

Environment, Social and Governance (ESG) performance recognised in STOXX ESG leaders and Ethibel Excellence Investment Register.

Gaining Recognition for Sustainability Performance

FTSE4Good

FTSE4Good, Ranked First in the Corporate Integrity Ranking

We were placed first in the Corporate Integrity Ranking, which assesses the 500 largest companies (national and international) operating in Mexico. The prestigious scheme is organised by the two most recognised anti-corruption NGOs, as well as a top business magazine and is funded by USAID. In addition, we were recognised as one of the World's Most Ethical Companies by Ethisphere. This honour is reserved for a small number of companies that prioritize ethical behaviour and understand the correlation between values-based leadership and overall business success.

Workforce Disclosure Initiative (WDI)

WDI

FTSE4Good, Ranked First in the Corporate Integrity Ranking

A coalition of 52 investors with assets valued at $6.5 trillion supports the WDI, whose annual survey calls for listed companies to disclose information on key workforce-related topics including pay, contract types, diversity and supply chain transparency.