For several years now, Egis has been committed to voluntary extra-financial reporting. This was partly in order to anticipate regulatory changes, but above all to learn to value and structure a set of positive actions for monitoring “CSR risks”. In connection with our performance approach, every year we collect a lot of data related to the description and management of our activities (operating as business activities). All indicators are auditable.


We use this material in several ways:

● For our own management needs.
● To respond to CSR questionnaires and audits commissioned by our customers (especially in industry and public development assistance.)
● To contribute to the extra-financial reporting of the Caisse des Dépôts, our majority shareholder.
● For our annual publication”CSR, Our 2017 highlights”.



In this brochure, these challenges are broken down into 14 ambitions, illustrated by indicators, highlights and strategic aims of the current year. In line with our SD/CSR roadmap, extra-financial reporting needs to take on an increasingly strategic management role. This content is gradually evolving, as our business and our operations develop, and as new demands emerge. It is a way of ensuring we keep to our commitments, by encouraging questions and suggestions from our stakeholders.


Every year, a review of sincerity of the Egis extra-financial reporting 

For several years now, an independent auditing firm appointed by our majority shareholder, the Caisse des Dépôts et Consignations, has been coming to Egis on an yearly basis to check the information provided in our extra-financial reporting and its authenticity.

In June 2017, the auditors highlighted the following points: the levels of inspection are satisfactory, the tools are robust, and the environmental indicators are traceable. They also identified some areas for improvement, with regard to expanding our scope of reporting to include international subsidiaries.PricewaterhouseCoopers_Logo.svg (1)Mazars-LogoFR_CDC couleur - version anglaise