Evaluation by Society
ITOCHU was included in the world-famous DJSI World and Asia Pacific index, and became Industry Leader
Dow Jones Sustainability Indices (DJSI) is a family of global socially responsible investment (SRI) indices and ITOCHU is included in both DJSI World and Asia Pacific index for fiscal 2016. This year, ITOCHU achieved the best score in "Trading Companies & Distributors" Industry, and became an Industry Leader for the first time.
DJSI is a global stock index developed jointly by Dow Jones & Company in the U.S. and RobecoSAM in Switzerland. It evaluates the corporate in terms of their social, environmental, and economic performance for composing DJSI.
In the year of 2016, 316 companies (including 26 Japanese companies) were included in DJSI World among 3,420 targeted companies around the world, which was selection of the top 10-15% of the corporations among 60 Industry Sectors. (As of September 2016)
ITOCHU won ‘Gold Class’ and was selected as an ‘Industry Leader’ in RobecoSAM Sustainability Award
obecoSAM Sustainability Awards 2016, is an award provided to prominent companies conducting sustainable efforts in each industrial sector. ITOCHU Corporation won Gold Class in the Trading Companies & Distributors sector. (Last year, we won Silver Class.)
We were also chosen as an Industry Leader, which is awarded to the top company in each sector. （As of January, 2016）
- Morningstar Socially Responsible Investment Index (MS-SRI)
The Morningstar Socially Responsible Investment Index (MS-SRI) is the first socially responsible investment index in Japan. Morningstar Japan K.K. conducts questionnaire and screening quantitative data for approximately 4,000 listed companies in Japan and the MS-SRI is comprised of 150 leading socially responsible companies including ITOCHU Corporation. (as of July, 2016)
Evaluation by Stakeholders
Ranked first in the “Toyo Keizai CSR Ranking –most reliable company” Wholesale Category by Toyo Keizai Inc.
ITOCHU Wins Award for Outstanding Performance in the Nikkei Annual Report Awards 2015