DFCC contributing to Resilience
Resilience is the ability of a system to prepare for threats, absorb impacts, recover and adapt, following persistent stress or a disruptive event.
Resilience is now on the mainstream sustainability agenda, in looking to build systems and capabilities to face challenges that business and society will have to face in this “exponential decade”.
DFCC Bank is looking to build internal systems that are resilient in the face of significant changes in the economy and regulatory landscape, as well as add value to its customers by offering services that make them more resilient. Furthermore, the Bank is taking care of its own footprint as well as those in its portfolio to contribute towards greater resilience in its operations, those of its customers, and all its stakeholders, contributing towards a more resilient Sri Lanka.
Business coalitions highlight how companies can build resilience by taking actions that:
- 1. Improve risk management
- 2. Invest in human and social capital
- 3. Better integrate sustainability
The Sustainability purpose of DFCC Bank is “Contributing towards a Resilient Sri Lanka”