At Grupo Finaccess we reiterate our commitment to being a socially responsible company with efforts focused on contributing to the wellbeing of our employees, their families, and society as a whole. These efforts are carried out by Finaccess Social and Finaccess Filantropía, in addition to the initiatives which are part of the CRESE Norm at each business unit.

The CRESE Norm is a human quality and social responsibility management system. Following the CRESE Norm certification offers a series of guidelines that enable us to, among other things, strengthen our values, reinforce a sense of community, and help people with scarce resources. In order to achieve this, throughout the year at each company we carry out a series of activities and efforts that allow us to re-certify under the norm and, above all, promote its ideals among our employees.

Finaccess México, Finaccess Servicios Corporativos, and Finaccess Advisors have all been certified as "outstanding company". Finaccess Advisors is the first US-based company to obtain this recognition.


At Finaccess Social we allocate resources and focus our efforts on supporting companies related to the development and incorporation into the labor market of people with disabilities.

We have a long-standing relationship with the company known as Solidaridad y Trabajo (Soltra), based in the city of León, in Spain. Soltra creates job opportunities for people with disabilities in order to offer a variety of services to its clients: assembly services for the wind power and automotive sectors, logistics, laundry, cleaning, gardening, among others. It also operates the first inclusive supermarket in the community of Castilla y León, in Spain, that is managed by eight people with disabilities.

Soltra acquired Capacitación, Industria y Artesanía (Cinia)—which, like Soltra was founded by Don Antonino Fernández and his wife, Doña Cinia—located in the city of Puebla. The goal of this company is to offer jobs to young people with disabilities who, among other things, make and embroider clothes and uniforms and carry out gardening and cleaning tasks.

In its 20-year history, Soltra has grown from helping 22 people to its current 800 employees not only in Spain and Mexico, but also in Denmark, where the company offers component-assembly services to produce wind power. 


Through Finaccess Filantropía we make donations in resources, time, and talent to serve humanitarian communities and organizations in the education, culture and training; social aid and health; and environmental sectors.

In every case, we require all donatees that receive the Finaccess Filantropía resources to adhere to our Integrity Policy.

The following are among the institutions we make donations to: Fundación de Ayuda a la Ancianidad, a retirement home; El Buen Samaritano, a hospital where they tend to terminally ill people living under poverty conditions; Caritas Arquidiócesis de México, which is part of the largest catholic social aid network in the world; Christel House México, whose goal is to transform the lives of low-income children and break the poverty cycle; Fundación Beca, which works with disadvantaged children and youngsters so that they can receive a comprehensive education; Mexicanos Primero, an initiative that promotes the right to education; and the Pro-Bosque de Chapultepec Trust, that is focused on environmental efforts.







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