Materiality analysis process
Brembo is aware of how important it is to identify the topics that are relevant for its stakeholders and to choose the contents of this Disclosure to provide an understanding of the activities carried out by the Group, its performance, its results and the impact produced by them, also considering the principles of the
GRI Standards of materiality, inclusiveness, sustainability context and completeness. For this reason, the Group carries out an annual a materiality analysis process to define the structure and contents of the Disclosure of Non-Financial Information, in order to identify the areas in which the Group’s activities may have the greatest impact on natural ecosystems, as well as on the wellbeing of the community, individuals and all of the Group’s stakeholders.
In 2018 Brembo involved representatives of the company’s top management in a process aimed at assessing and updating the materiality matrix. In line with the work carried out in 2017, the Group’s top management was asked to assess the relevance of the material aspects both in terms of how they represent Brembo, and how they interpret the stakeholders’ viewpoint, based on their own professional experience.
The result of the material topics assessment activities described above is represented graphically in a diagram, indicated below, within which the 15 most significant topics are positioned along two axes:
► the abscissa axis reflects the materiality of the Topics for Brembo;
► the ordinate axis reflects the materiality of the Topics for the Group’s main stakeholders.
The 2018 Matrix was examined and approved by the Board of Directors on 17 December 2018, after examination by the Audit, Risk & Sustainability Committee in the meeting of 6 December 2018.
The different colours of the Topics identify the stakeholder category most influenced by the various sustainability aspects.