FUJIFILM Holdings Corporation (President: Shigehiro Nakajima; hereinafter Fujifilm Holdings) has been listed in the composite of the Dow Jones Sustainability World Index (DJSI World) and FTSE4 Good Global Index (FTSE), two of the world's major socially responsible investment (SRI) indices.
DJSI is a stock price index jointly developed by S&P Dow Jones Indices of the United States and RobecoSAM of Switzerland to evaluate a company's sustainability performance from economic, environmental and social perspectives. The top 10% of the 2,500 companies worldwide is selected for the “DJSI World”. In the year 2014, Fujifilm Holdings continues to be among the 319 companies of the “DJSI World”, which includes 21 Japanese companies. The company has also been selected for the “DJSI Asia Pacific”, which covers companies in the Asia Pacific region.
The FTSE Group (FTSE), a subsidiary of the London Stock Exchange, is a major European company that compiles and manages stock market indices including those on stocks and debentures. Its SRI-related index called the FTSE4Good Global Index is highly regarded, being on par with the DJSI World. Fujifilm Holdings has been included once again as a composite of this year's index.
Marking the 80th anniversary of its foundation, the Fujifilm Group has adopted the “Sustainable Value Plan 2016,” establishing the goals that shape the foundation of the group's business management. Fujifilm Group strives to continue providing new values for resolving social tasks, while seeking opportunities for business growth, in an effort to achieve “sustainable social development” and “enhancement of corporate values.”