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Our companies

Digitalization of financial services opens up limitless opportunities for growth in our business. Clients gain better access to services, can make use of flexible products, and experience greater financial inclusion.

Kateřina Jirásková

CFO, PPF Group Executive Committee Member

  • PPF Financial Holdings
  • Home Credit
  • PPF banka
  • Air Bank
  • ClearBank
  • Mobi Banka

In the Works

18/6/2022

Home Credit 2021 Sustainability Report

Home Credit released its Sustainability Report 2021. The company’s latest GRI compliant report details Home Credit’s progress in delivering against Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) principles, such as promoting financial inclusion and offering responsible products and services to underserved populations.

The report aligns with the United Nations 17 Sustainable Development Goals and covers all company’s markets. The materiality assessment sets out the most significant themes for Home Credit. It was compiled with reference to industry leading benchmarks such as the Standards and Practices for Responsible Inclusive Finance by the Social Performance Task Force (SPTF), Principles for Responsible Banking by the United Nations Environment Programme Finance Initiative (UNEPFI) and Materiality Finder by the Sustainable Accounting Standards Board (SASB).  

The full Home Credit Sustainability 2021 Report is here

31/5/2022

Textbooks for Ukraine

PPF Foundation and The Kellner Family Foundation have teamed up with the Czech Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports and other partners to launch the Textbooks for Ukraine initiative on 1 June 2022. This project for the public, featuring a distribution and information portal, is part of PPF’s ongoing support to provide schooling for Ukrainian children from refugee families and help with their integration into Czech society.

Textbooks for Ukraine will donate and distribute more than 200,000 books and other teaching materials to help Ukrainian children with learning the Czech language. The reissue and production of these textbooks was initiated and managed by the two Foundations.