Dow Jones Sustainability Index

Our DJSI support is characterized by a pragmatic approach that leverages existing assets in the short term, while identifying opportunities for strategic development in the future. Whether your company is looking to be included in the ranking for the first time or to become a sector leader, contact Josée van der Hoek, Director, at josee@finchandbeak.com or call +31 6 28 02 18 80 to discuss your DJSI objectives and get a quote on our proposed approach to get you there.

 
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Customer Case: Improving Ratings Performance at Royal Ahold

AholdDelhaize (formerly Royal Ahold NV), is globally one of the largest retailing groups based in the Netherlands, Belgium and active in the United States and across Europe.
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In What Rankings Should We Participate?

The number of users of environmental, social, and governance data is increasing. Research of the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board has shown that the majority of a company’s value is now driven by intangible assets.
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Dow Jones Sustainability Index 2011: Telenet Proud Member of World Index

On September 8, 2011, the results of the Dow Jones Sustainability Indexes 2011 were announced. Telenet, Belgium's leading provider of broadband cable services, for the first time became a member of the DJSI. This makes Telenet currently the sole Belgian company in the World Index and the second European cable operator to be included in the index.
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How Frontrunners Turn Societal Topics into Business Opportunities

At the World Economic Forum 2016 the launch of the full scale attack on global food waste “Champions 12.3” was announced. Its aim is to halve global food waste and reduce food losses per capita by 2030. The involvement of CEOs of major companies DSM, Nestlé, Rabobank, Tesco and Unilever demonstrate how a materiality matrix and data can be used beyond reporting purposes. Of course, reporting and rankings such as the Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI) are important to demonstrate your sustainability performance towards stakeholders. But in the end it is not the holy grail, as frontrunners show how they are capturing value from sustainability today.
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RobecoSAM Sustainability Yearbook Crowns Leaders for 2015

In January, RobecoSAM released its highly anticipated Sustainability Yearbook 2015. The Swiss sustainability investing firm reconfirms Telenet’s advanced position, naming it Industry Leader within the Media industry and member of the RobecoSAM Gold Class 2015. This indicates that Telenet is considered to be the company within its industry that is best prepared to seize the opportunities and manage the risks deriving from economic, environmental and social developments.
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Customer Case: Sustainability in Logistics with TNT

An involved logistics service provider, TNT strives for an improvement of the influence of its corporate activities on the social surroundings and the environment in communities across the globe. Finch & Beak has helped TNT in realizing its social goals.
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Dow Jones Sustainability Index 2010: AkzoNobel and Philips not the green leaders

The Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI) indicates for many years now the governance, environmental and social performance of multinationals listed on the Dow Jones. This makes the DJSI the benchmark for sustainable development at large companies. The index is a ‘best in class rating’ that creates a sense of urgency to focus on sustainability and stimulates a competitive environment.
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Dow Jones Sustainability Index 2009 Results

SAM, the asset management organization focused exclusively on Sustainability Investing, together with Dow Jones Indexes and STOXX Ltd announced the results of the 2009 annual review for the Dow Jones Sustainability and Dow Jones STOXX Sustainability indexes on September 3.
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TNT Remains Highest Scoring Company in Dow Jones Sustainability Index 2008

TNT confirms its social leadership in the Dow Jones Sustainability Indexes (DJSI) for the industrial transportation sector and the super sector ‘industrial goods and services.’ In addition, TNT reached the highest score of all companies included in the DJSI for the second year in a row. These are the conclusions of a report recently published in Zurich by SAM, which assessed the sustainability reporting and performance of over 1,100 companies.
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