Stock Indexes

We have been selected in the following indexes.

Index Name Index Explanation
Nikkei stock average(Nikkei 225) A stock index comprising 225 stocks that represent the market, selected by Nikkei Inc. from among stocks listed on the First Section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange (TSE Prime).
Tokyo Stock Price Index(TOPIX) A stock index that is a market benchmark with functionality as an investable index, covering an extensive proportion of the Japanese stock market.
Nikkei 225 High Dividend Yield Stock 50 Index A stock index that is a stock index comprised of 50 high dividend yield stocks selected from the Nikkei 225 constituents.
Nikkei 225 Climate Change 1.5℃ Target Index The Nikkei 225 Climate Change 1.5℃ Target Index is based on the Nikkei Stock Average (Nikkei 225), with the weights of the constituents adjusted in accordance with their greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
FTSE Blossom Japan Index It is one of the indices developed and published by FTSE Russell, which is an ESG index for recognizing Japanese companies that have implemented superior environmental, social, and governance (ESG) management. The Government Pension Investment Fund (GPIF) is implementing passive investment based on this index as one of its ESG investments.
FTSE Blossom Japan Sector Relative Index The FTSE Blossom Japan Index Series is designed to measure the performance of Japanese companies that demonstrate strong Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) practices.
MSCI Japan Empowering Women Index(WIN) The MSCI Japan Empowering Women Index(WIN)is a stock index that consists of primary gender diverse companies selected by Morgan Stanley Capital International (MSCI).
SNAM Sustainability Index The SNAM Sustainability Index is a stock index measured by combination of ESG rating and stock value,originally developed by Sompo Japan Nipponkoa Asset Management Co.,Ltd. (SNAM).
S&P/JPX Carbon Efficient Index The S&P/JPX Carbon Efficient is designed to measure the performance of companies in the Tokyo Stock Price Index (TOPIX), while overweighting or underweighting those companies that have lower or higher levels of carbon emissions per unit of revenue.