IBIDEN Selected as 'Yearbook Member' by S&P Global


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IBIDEN Co, Ltd. announces that it has been selected and listed in The Sustainability Yearbook by S&P Global as "Yearbook Member" for this year. 

Every year, S&P Global evaluates the major companies of the world in economic, environmental and social aspects, and finally selects the top 15% companies, from each industry, who are also within 30% in difference of score from the top as entities with excellent sustainability.

This year, 7,032 companies from 61 industries were put on the evaluation board, from which 631 companies (78 from Japan) have been selected.

IBIDEN Group upholds a "harmonious relationship with the natural environment" and the "realization of the progression of society" as key goals in its Corporate Philosophy. The Group has continued to grow by developing products that can lead to solving social problems with its innovative technologies. Considering that contribution to the progression of society and solving social problems through its business are the essence of its Corporate Philosophy, the Group will continue to engage in ESG (environment, society, and governance) activities.

This year, 7,032 companies from 61 industries were put on the evaluation board, from which 631 companies (78 from Japan) have been selected.

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