• AUD/CAD 0.98474 00:40 17.01
  • NZD/JPY 80.993 00:30 17.01
  • EUR/AUD 1.41866 00:30 17.01
  • AUD/JPY 85.230 00:30 17.01
  • GBP/JPY 137.332 00:30 17.01
  • NZD/USD 0.71089 00:30 17.01
  • EUR/USD 1.06125 00:30 17.01
  • EUR/JPY 120.915 00:30 17.01
  • AUD/USD 0.74807 00:30 17.01
  • USD/JPY 113.934 00:30 17.01
  • AUD/CAD 0.98456 00:20 17.01
  • BitCoin/CNY 5683.375 00:00 17.01
  • NZD/JPY 81.045 00:00 17.01
  • EUR/AUD 1.41903 00:00 17.01
  • AUD/NZD 1.05253 00:00 17.01
  • CAD/JPY 86.644 00:00 17.01
  • AUD/JPY 85.298 00:00 17.01
  • GBP/JPY 137.460 00:00 17.01
  • NZD/USD 0.70989 00:00 17.01
  • EUR/USD 1.06025 00:00 17.01
  • EUR/JPY 121.045 00:00 17.01
  • AUD/USD 0.74717 00:00 17.01
  • USD/JPY 114.166 00:00 17.01

Corporate Responsibility

“Creating a Better World through Benevolence”

Binary Corporate (“BC”), as a leading financial services provider around the world, plays a prominent role in the local economy of each community in which we are located. We realize that we have an obligation and a ‘Corporate Responsibility’ to engage in activities which go beyond the short-term business interests of the firm and promote positive social, economic and environmental change.

As such, we at Binary Corporate individually and collectively hold ourselves to the highest standards of corporate governance, acting as responsible corporate citizens, respecting human rights, and managing and ensuring that our business activities have a positive impact of our business on the world around us.

Our “Ethics and Best Practices Policy” (see Ethics & Best Practices Policy) defines our corporate initiative to assess and embrace social and corporate responsibility. It serves as a compass that guides and directs the company’s actions, and encourages a positive impact through its activities on the environment, on social welfare, our stakeholders, clientele, employees, communities, and all members of the public domain. These activities include a number of community and charitable initiatives around the world, including voluntary work with social organizations.

Seven Key Principles

According to ISO 26000 (See ISO 26000) “The Seven Key Principles” advocated as the roots of socially responsible behavior are:

1) Accountability
2) Transparency
3) Ethical behavior
4) Respect for stakeholder interests
5) Respect for the rule of law
6) Respect for international norms of behavior
7) Respect for human rights

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