DNP Included in all five ESG Categories established by GPIF

Selected as FTSE4Good Global Index for 22nd Consecutive Year

Tokyo, July 21, Dai Nippon Printing Co., Ltd. (DNP) is pleased to announce that the company has been selected as a constituent of all five of the ESG investment indexes adopted by Japan’s Government Pension Investment Fund (GPIF). 

The five indexes are; the FTSE Blossom Japan Index, the FTSE Blossom Japan Sector Relative Index, the MSCI Japan ESG Select Leaders Index, the MSCI Japan Stock Women's Achievement Index (WIN) and the S&P/JPX carbon efficiency index. GPIF utilizes these indexes as a guideline for the ESG investments in companies engaged in superior responses to ESG challenges.

DNP is the only printing organization in Japan to be selected to all five indexes, and has been selected as a constituent of the FTSE Blossom Japan Sector Relative Index for the sixth consecutive year. 


In addition, we have been selected as a constituent of the FTSE4Good Global Index (FTSE4Good Global) for the 22nd consecutive year. FTSE4Good Global is a globally influential socially responsible investment index (SRI).

DNP has also been selected for inclusion in:

  • MSCI ESG Leaders Indexes (USA)
  • Nadeshiko (Japan. Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, Tokyo Stock Exchange)
  • Sompo Sustainability Index (Japan)

DNP has developed a firm reputation, both in Japan and overseas, as a company that thoroughly implements appropriate corporate governance and develops businesses that contribute to the environment and society. 

Going forward, DNP will continue to grow as a company that looks to the long-term and continues to create essential value for a sustainable and better society. 

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