Chugai’s View of ESG
Chugai conducts its business activities to fulfill its mission of benefiting the medical community and human health around the world.
In the capital markets in recent years, interest has grown in non-financial information such as environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors as an essential viewpoint for evaluating a company’s long-term sustainable growth potential.
If we view Chugai’s activities in the context of ESG, the “social” aspect is our business activities, “environmental” encompasses activities that support the achievement of our mission, and the continuous improvement of “governance,” which includes aspects such as human resource management, enables medium- to long-term value creation. For Chugai, which is engaged in business related to the important social issue of health, ESG is inextricably linked with the long-term fulfillment of its mission.
In this section, you can search related information from among the three ESG categories of environmental, social and governance.
Chugai has adopted integrated reporting to inform stakeholders about its medium- to long-term corporate value. The integrated report helps to promote deeper understanding of Chugai’s initiatives for enhancing corporate value.
External Evaluation of ESG Initiatives
Inclusion in Major ESG Indices
- MSCI ESG Leaders Indexes
Inclusion in ESG Indices Used by the GPIF*
- FTSE Blossom Japan
- MSCI Japan ESG Select Leaders Index
- MSCI Japan Empowering Women Index (WIN)
*Government Pension Investment Fund of Japan
Initiatives to Empower Employees
- Nadeshiko Brand (Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) & Tokyo Stock Exchange)
(Four consecutive years since 2014)
- New Diversity Management Selection 100 (METI)
- White 500 company certification (large corporation category) (METI)
Won the “Minister’s Prize for Excellence, MHLW (Companies promoting gender equality)” and the “Prefectural Labor Bureau Chief’s Prize for Excellence (Family-friendly companies)” in the Commendation of Companies Promoting Gender Equality and Work-Family Balance 2014 sponsored by the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare