Moody’s ESG Solutions
- Note 72/100
- Year 2023
FDJ’s raison d’être demonstrates the Group’s determination to develop our business model by bringing together performance, responsibility, and social usefulness. “Gaming is our business, giving back to society is what drives us, and responsibility is our constant focus.”
“Our raison d’être was approved by vote at the Group’s first general meeting in 2020. It is a strong symbolic, legal, and strategic step. It is an affirmation that, despite now being a publicly traded company, we are staying true to the historic values of La Française des Jeux.”
FDJ inherited the French National Lottery, which was born in 1933 as a way to help victims of World War One. To this day, FDJ has kept this societal responsibility at the heart of its model.
+€125 million donated to the French Heritage Foundation since 2018
€4.1 billion donated to local projects in 2021.
56,000 jobs created or secured, O/W 22,000 in the network
FDJ is committed to standing out for its responsibility, sustainable performance, and positive contribution to all its stakeholders.
Our CSR policy covers six of our main priorities:
The policy has been shaped through numerous discussions with all stakeholders to ensure it can be implemented, it will be impactful, and it can evolve.
FDJ Group’s CSR commitments are in the public domain and can be found in:
Thanks to the continuous improvement of our ESG indicators, FDJ has been recognised as a company that brings together performance and sustainability by the main non-financial notation agencies.
FDJ has promoted a policy of voluntary responsible gaming for over 20 years in order to prevent underage gambling and excessive gaming, and to accompany the most vulnerable people.
FDJ’s voluntary policy also extends to tackling fraudulent or criminal uses of its games.
FDJ Group is actively working towards inclusion, promoting equal opportunities, and fighting against all forms of discrimination.
FDJ is actively working to reduce the impact its business activities have on the environment and contribute to protecting biodiversity.
FDJ supports sport, French heritage projects, and equal opportunities initiatives.
FDJ is present in over 11,000 cities, towns, and villages in France, and has created economic and social value across all territories.