ESG Overview

The future of Ford centers on a purpose bigger than building vehicles. We are helping to build a better world, where every person is free to move and pursue their dreams.

A world that is fully electric. A world that is more equitable, inclusive, and sustainable. And in doing so, we are putting people, the planet, and our shared prosperity first.

At Ford, we are committed to making progress on the issues that matter in the environmental, social, and governance (ESG) areas. It is a critical part of our Ford+ plan for growth and value creation as we transform our business for a new era of electric and connected vehicles, setting the pathway for our continued success, for generations to come.

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Sustainable Financing Framework

Ford’s Sustainable Financing Framework – the first fully integrated framework of its kind covering both an automotive OEM and its captive finance company – covers funding of environmental and social projects through various instruments including unsecured debt and securitization transactions. It guides how projects are evaluated, selected, managed, and reported, and achieved the highest-possible ‘Advanced’ rating from second party opinion provider, Vigeo Eiris. Net proceeds raised can be invested in four different areas: clean transportation, clean manufacturing, making lives better, and community revitalization.

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Download Sustainable Financing Report 2023 PDF

Key Disclosures & Documents

Learn more about our sustainability progress. Provided below are key ESG disclosures and documents of interest to investors.

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Governance Policies

Ford has a long history of operating under sound corporate governance practices. Our corporate officers and board of directors are dedicated to serving the interests of our shareholders and creating long-term value.

  • Our Enterprise Risk Management process is designed to ensure that our business manages risk and operates in a transparent and accountable way
  • Our board of directors includes a diverse range of international experience and includes a Lead Independent Director in addition to the CEO and Chairman
  • We have institutionalized the Enterprise Risk Management process, which includes Monthly Business Reviews and Monthly Business Reviews of Special Topics where the senior leadership of the Company regularly reviews the status of the business, the risk and opportunities presented to the business, and specific plans to address those risks and opportunities.
  • Our executives’ compensation is tied to performance against defined metrics that are aligned with our strategic objectives to incentivize focus on strengthening our business for the long term
  • Our shareholders are asked to approve executive compensation with an annual say-on-pay vote; investors supported the compensation of named executives with 91.9% percent of votes cast “for” in 2022 and 94.6% of votes cast “for” in 2023
  • We promote a culture of compliance and ethics across our business and around the world, formalized in company policies and reinforced by management and our brand promise to Go Further

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Executive Management

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Board of Directors

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Committee Composition

Contact Our Board

You may send communications to our Directors, including any concerns regarding Ford Motor Company's accounting, internal controls, auditing or other matters, to the following address:

Board of Directors
Ford Motor Company
P.O. Box 685
Dearborn, MI 48126-0685

You may submit your concern anonymously or confidentially. You may also indicate whether you are a shareholder, customer, supplier or other interested party.

Communications relating to Ford Motor Company's accounting, internal controls or auditing matters will be relayed to the Audit Committee. Communications relating to governance will be relayed to the Nominating and Governance Committee. All other communications will be referred to other areas of the Company for handling as appropriate under the facts and circumstances outlined in the communications.

Responses will be sent to those that include a return address, as appropriate.