Grupo Financiero Banorte, the largest Mexican-owned bank that employs more than 30,000 people in Mexico, is increasing its workforce as it looks to take advantage of the trend known as nearshoring, the bank’s Chairman Carlos Hank González said.
Grupo Financiero Banorte, the largest Mexican financial institution, has been named "Bank of the Year 2022" in Mexico by the prestigious international publication The Banker, citing Banorte's digital transformation strategy and customer-friendly services.
Premier news outlet Newsweek and global data firm Statista rated Banorte as the top institution on their joint list of the World's Most Socially Responsible Banks in 2022. "At Banorte, sustainability is in our DNA. That's why we put it at the center of all our operations. We will continue to maximize our ESG efforts to keep building a more inclusive and sustainable future," said Carlos Hank González.
FTSE Russell recently added Banorte to its FTSE4Good index series, which acknowledges companies that demonstrate strong ESG practices measured against international standards.
Grupo Financiero Banorte Chairman Carlos Hank González announced today that Banorte, already an industry leader in sustainability financing, will share its expertise with government budget officials wanting to become more eco-friendly.