Mercuria is committed to ensuring that all employees maintain the highest level of integrity and transparency in the performance of their individual and collective roles and responsibilities
Our responsibilities reports are a communication tool to inform all of our stakeholders on how we think about, implement and track our performance as it relates to responsible business.
During 2019 Mercuria formally launched its Agenda 2030 programme in support of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (“SDGs”).
Mercuria recognizes and accepts its duties to act responsibly and consistent with best-in-class standards required by the world’s most rigorous regulatory regimes
Mercuria supports the United Nations’ Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights and practises these principles in our business dealings.
Mercuria is proud to be a founding member of STSA, the Swiss Trading & Shipping Association. Mercuria commits to compliance with the STSA's code of conduct.
As part of its commitment to transparency Mercuria has published its first official report on transparency of payments to governments in 2016. This report details payments made by Mercuria and its subsidiaries relating to extraction activities for the year.
We are a proud supporter and a member of the Maritime Anti-Corruption Network (MACN) which works to increase transparency and accountability and reduce corruption across the maritime industry.