Comerica Bank, which has a dedicated captive team, has announced it has earned a pair of high-profile recognitions from Newsweek as the publication named the bank to its 2023 list of America's Most Responsible Companies and America's Greatest Workplaces for Diversity.
According to Comerica this marks the fourth consecutive year it has been named one of Newsweek's Most Responsible Companies, which comprises 500 of the US's largest public corporations positively impacting their communities.
“To be recognised among the largest companies across the country as a good corporate citizen is quite an honour,” said Wendy Bridges, executive vice president, corporate responsibility. “Comerica has remained at the forefront of the corporate responsibility movement, and this recognition illustrates our commitment to serving our communities and colleagues.”
Comerica said that it has a strong history of identifying and addressing important environmental, social and diversity issues and has recently amplified its efforts. Last year, Comerica established an office of corporate responsibility.