DBCo is aware of its social responsibility. Among its commitments is a statement on modern slavery and human trafficking.
Social commitment is a priority for DBCo.
DBCo has been regularly supporting non-profit foundation Die Arche in Frankfurt with donations since 2015. More information on DBCo’s social engagement can be found here. Further initiatives and projects are planned to raise awareness on topics such as circular economy, recycling and gold.
DBCo demands and supports the observance of human rights standards across its entire supply chain
DBCo only distributes LBMA-certified gold (see glossary: London Bullion Market Association) to counteract any human rights violations. In addition, a code of conduct obliges all DBCo suppliers to ensure compliance with human rights standards in their respective operations. DBCo is committed to upholding and supporting the principles of the UN Global Compact and has issued a declaration on modern slavery and human trafficking.
The relevant documents are available for download here:
Supplier Code of Conduct (available in German only)
UN Global Compact Commitment (available in German only)
Declaration on Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking (available in German only)