With our employees
- 5,000 employees in 15 countries
- 50% of our employees work internationally
- 96% of our employees are on permanent contracts
- 80% of our employees take at least one training course per year
- 100% of our employees benefit from standardised career management tools
Prioritising equal opportunities
Under our human resources policy:
- We ensure that all companies we work with to recruit new employees sign a non-discrimination policy
- We offer our managers training in diversity management and a training course in multicultural management is currently being developed
- We have an active policy of integrating people with disabilities based on offering personal and individual support to employees
The German headquarters of BNP Paribas in Frankfurt – an example of an environmentally friendly building
The German headquarters of BNP Paribas is located in Frankfurt, in office building Nord 1 (Europa Allee 12-22). The building has been awarded a silver certificate from the German Sustainable Building Council (DGNB). The "Nord 1" building is part of the portfolio of the open-ended real estate fund UniImmo: Germany, managed by Union Investment Real Estate.
The building, which was completed by CA Immo (formerly Vivico Real Estate GmbH) in October 2010, was designed and built with an eye to sustainability. In addition to preserving natural resources and the environment particular attention was paid to the cost-effectiveness and residential quality of the property. Responsible management of water resources is achieved by means of a grey-water plant. Rainwater is collected in a cistern. The facade, made of aluminium, glass and natural stone, blends in with the urban surroundings of the boulevard. The potential problem of pollutants was eliminated in advance by using the abandoned site of a former freight depot and constructing the building on previously used land without using a near-natural unsealed surface. The six-storey office building offers rental space of approximately 23,000 m² and an underground car park with 181 parking spaces. It was built by the firm of architects Schneider + Schumacher.