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More Henkel Corporate Reporting 2015
Henkel’s performance in sustainability impressed external experts again in 2015.
London: 2015 marks the 15th consecutive year of Henkel’s inclusion in the FTSE4Good ethical index, which was first introduced by the Financial Times and the London Stock Exchange in 2001.
Zurich: In October 2015, STOXX Limited again included Henkel in the STOXX Global ESG Leaders Indices. STOXX Global ESG Leaders are assessed in terms of their environmental, social and governance performance. The underlying data is provided by Sustainalytics.
New York: Henkel is listed in the Sustainability Indices MSCI World ESG and MSCI Europe ESG. Global ESG Indices include companies with a strong risk and opportunity management regarding their environmental, social and governance performance.
Paris: Henkel was again included in the indices issued by transatlantic stock exchange NYSE Euronext and French ratings agency Vigeo (Euronext Vigeo World 120, Europe 120 and Eurozone 120). Assessment is based on a catalog of criteria developed by Vigeo to examine environmental, social and governance factors. The 120 companies that rank highest are included in the respective index.
Paris: In 2015, as in previous years, Henkel was listed in the Ethibel Pioneer and Excellence investment registers and was included in the Excellence Europe and Excellence Global sustainability Indices. Inclusion by the Forum Ethibel qualifies Henkel as a leader in the field of corporate social responsibility in its sector.
Hamburg: In 2015, Henkel was again one of only 50 companies worldwide to be listed in the Global Challenges Index. Henkel has been included in the Global Challenges Index since 2007.
Frankfurt am Main: The Sustainability Ranking 2015 published by Sustainalytics recognizes Henkel as a global leader in its “Household & Personal Products” sector comparison. The comparative analysis is based on the ESG approach, assessing environmental, social and governance performance. The evaluation method used by Sustainalytics enables a direct comparison of sustainability performance that transcends sector boundaries while taking sector-specific factors into consideration.
Munich: Henkel remains recognized with Prime Status by Oekom Research. With the rating B+, Henkel is among the best companies in the consumer goods sector.
New York: Henkel was named among the “World’s Most Ethical Companies” for the eighth time in a row. Business conduct is assessed in the categories of corporate governance, innovative strength, management style, in-house management systems, reputation management and corporate citizenship.
Zurich: Henkel received the Silver Class award for its sustainability achievements in the Sustainability Yearbook 2016. The list includes the world’s most sustainable companies in each industry as determined by RobecoSAM’s annual corporate sustainability assessment. Over 3,000 of the world’s largest companies are invited to participate in this assessment every year. The Sustainability Yearbook has been published by the sustainability investment specialist since 2004.
Canada: In 2015 Henkel joins again the list “Global 100 Most Sustainable Corporations in the World” of the media and investment advisory company Corporate Knights. Companies named to the Global 100 index are the top overall sustainability performers in their respective industrial sectors.
France: As a member of the “Together for Sustainability” initiative for a more sustainable supply chain, Henkel’s sustainability management was again assessed by the international rating agency EcoVadis. Based on its corporate social responsibility rating, Henkel was rewarded with the “Gold Recognition Level” in December 2015. Henkel is among the top two percent – both in the household and personal-care category and in comparison to all evaluated companies.
London: Henkel has been participating in the Carbon Disclosure Project since 2004, and received a Disclosure & Performance score of 89B in 2015.
Milan: Henkel is listed in the “ECPI Euro Ethical Equity” and “ECPI EMU Ethical Equity” Indices. According to the screening procedure adopted by ECPI, the 150 market-capitalized companies included in the ECPI Indices constitute the most highly recommended investments in the European market (“Euro”) and the European monetary union (“EMU”), respectively. ECPI S.r.I. is part of Gruppo Medio S.p.A., and launched the two ethics Indices back in 1999.
Zurich: In 2015, Henkel again achieved the top grade “AAA” in the sustainability rating conducted by Zürcher Kantonalbank (ZKB). As such, Henkel’s place was confirmed in the sustainable investment universe of the ZKB, which forms the basis for various investment products offered by the Swiss cantonal banks.