Compugen CSMO featured in BC Business magazine
Posted November 20, 2017 in Announcements
Richmond Hill, Ontario. 20 November 2017. The recent approval of Compugen Finance (CFI) as a B Corporation is further recognition of the social significance of their environmental initiatives, including Green4Good® and CarbonBank™.
In applying for B Corporation status, CFI underwent a stringent audit that required them to show social benefits baked into their purpose and way of doing business.
In being certified, CFI joins a select group of for-profit companies in Canada and around the world that meet rigorous standards of social and environmental performance, accountability and transparency. Compugen Finance is one of over 200 such companies in Canada, including well known names such as the Business Development Bank of Canada and Bullfrog Power.
The successful audit demonstrated CFI’s superiority in the environmental and governance categories, and relative sophistication in the workforce and community categories. B-Corp status is a true mark of distinction more and more recognized among enterprises and governments looking to validate their procurement practices through a social responsibility lens.
For more information, please visit bcorporation.net.
“CFI and the Green4Good team went through a very rigorous certification process to get our B-Corp status. I am personally grateful for the hard work and visionary enthusiasm of my teams,” said Steve Glover, President of Compugen Finance Inc. “We look forward to continuing to spread the amazing message and impact of Green4Good and CarbonBank around the world.”
About Compugen Finance Inc.
Founded in 2007, Compugen Finance focuses on technology financing (leasing) through creative, innovative and socially beneficial initiatives in the acquisition, disposition and reuse of technology such as Green4Good® and CarbonBank™. CFI is a subsidiary of Compugen Systems Ltd.
Graham Kritzer, Social Media Manager
Compugen Finance Inc.
Phone: (905) 695- 9992
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