February 24, 2024

IndusInd Bank’s PIONEER branches recognized for sustainability by USGBC’s LEED certification

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Mumbai, June 06, 2023: IndusInd Bank today announced that all thirteen of its PIONEER branches have been officially recognized by the United States Green Building Council (USGBC) through their LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certification program. The nine Platinum-certified branches are located in Mumbai, Chennai, Delhi, Bangalore and Pune, while the four Gold-certified branches are situated in Gurgaon, Kolkata, Jaipur and Chandigarh. The Bank is pleased to announce this milestone on a day when the ‘World Environment Day’ is being observed.

The USGBC’s LEED certification is a globally recognized standard for sustainable building design, construction, operation and maintenance of green buildings. This esteemed certification acknowledges building owners who prioritize environmental responsibility and demonstrate efficient resource usage in their green buildings.

Speaking about the achievement, Roopa Satish, Head – Portfolio Management & CSR, IndusInd Bank, “We would like to extend gratitude to USGBC for giving us this valued recognition. This accomplishment is a testimony to the fact that Sustainability is indeed deeply embedded in the way the bank runs its operations. IndusInd Bank remains fully committed to its ESG goals and we will continuously strive to raise the bar in adoption of ESG principles in our business, risk management and operations.”

Adding to the same, Sameer Dewan, Head – Affluent Banking & International Business, IndusInd Bank, said, “We are proud to have been recognized for achieving LEED certification for thirteen PIONEER branches. This certification validates our commitment to reducing our environmental impact and promoting sustainable practices in all aspects of our business. PIONEER being a premium segment of Bank business, we strongly believe that sustainability is a shared responsibility. We will continue to work together to prioritize sustainability and make a positive impact on the environment and our communities.”