Inclusion in ESG indices
Nippon Shinyaku has been selected for the following ESG indexes adopted by the Government Pension Investment Fund (GPIF) for ESG investment.
FTSE Blossom Japan Index
This index consists of Japanese equities that have excellent environmental, social, and governance (ESG) practices.
FTSE Blossom Japan
Sector Relative Index
This index relatively reflects the performance of Japanese companies demonstrating strong environmental, social, and governance (ESG) practices in each sector. To facilitate the transition to a low-carbon economy, companies with particularly high greenhouse gas emissions are included in the index if their improvement efforts are acknowledged by the TPI Management Quality Score.
S&P/JPX Carbon Efficient Index
This index measures the performance of constituent companies of the Tokyo Stock Price Index (TOPIX), based on the level of carbon efficiency (carbon emissions per unit of revenue) and environmental information disclosure, and gives weight to them. Rules such as increasing the weight of companies that fully disclose environmental information and companies with high carbon efficiency (low carbon emissions per unit of revenue) are adopted.
MSCI Japan Empowering Women Index (WIN)）
This is an ESG index that selects outstanding companies based on disclosed information on gender diversity, such as data on employment and promotion of women in the companies and diversity initiatives.
Morningstar Japan ex-REIT Gender Diversity Tilt Index
Built with the data and scoring methodology of Equileap, this index is designed to emphasize companies that have strong gender diversity policies embedded in their corporate culture and that ensure equal opportunities to employees, irrespective of their gender.
External evaluation on sustainability
CDP is one of the world’s most important indicators of corporate value, demanded by institutional investors globally, that requires companies to disclose their environmental strategies and greenhouse gas measures. Companies are scored on 13 general categories, including governance, risks and opportunities, business strategy, and targets and performance. Nippon Shinyaku has received a “B” rating.
“White 500” Health & Productivity Management Outstanding Organization
The Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) and the Nippon Kenko Kaigi have designated Nippon Shinyaku as one of the “White 500” Health & Productivity Management Outstanding Organizations 2023 (large enterprise category), a system that recognizes corporations that practice particularly excellent health management.
JPX Nikkei Index 400
Nippon Shinyaku has been selected as a constituent of the JPX Nikkei Index 400, a stock index jointly managed by the Japan Exchange Group (JPX), Nikkei Inc., and Tokyo Stock Exchange.
Nikkei Smart Work Management Survey
This annual survey has been conducted by Nikkei Inc. since 2017. Nippon Shinyaku received four stars (out of five) in the fifth Nikkei Smart Work Management Survey.
Nikkei SDGs Management Survey
Initiated in 2019, this survey conducted by Nikkei Inc. evaluates companies based on the fit between the SDGs and operational management. It uses a five-star rating evaluation based on four factors: “economic value,” “social value,” “environmental value,” and “governance.”
Sports Yell Company
This designation from Japan Sports Agency recognizes companies that actively work to promote the health of employees through sports-based initiatives.