Vickie Tan was influential in bringing the different business units under the Ayala Corporation together to create the Ayala Sustainability Blueprint. Image: Tim Daubach/Eco-Business Heading sustainability at the largest and oldest conglomerate in the Philippines is not easy, but Vickie Tan, who has steered Ayala’s journey in support of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), is a force to be reckoned with. Tan played a key role in bringing the different business units under the Ayala Corporation, including premiere property developer Ayala Land, the country’s oldest bank, Bank of the Philippine Islands, water provider Manila Water, and telecoms company Globe Telecoms, together to create the Ayala Sustainability Blueprint, which was launched in April this year. The blueprint will guide the corporation in addressing critical environmental, social and governance (ESG) gaps in the Philippines and sets actionable targets to generate more significant and lasting impact through Ayala’s businesses. Due to her drive and passion to integrate sustainability in her company and make it mainstream in the Philippines, Tan was selected as one of the nine chief sustainability officers in the Eco-Business A-List, a who’s who of the most influential corporate sustainability executives in Asia Pacific. I am always hopeful, […]


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