Xerox Corp. has earned top honors for its environmental, social and governance standards as part of the FTSE4Good rankings.
As part of FTSE Russell, the FTSE4Good Index Series is designed to measure the performance of companies demonstrating strong environmental, social and governance practices. Transparent management and clearly defined ESG criteria make FTSE4Good indexes suitable tools to be used by a wide variety of market participants when creating or assessing sustainable investment products, according to FTSE Russell.
Xerox achieved a perfect 5.0 ranking in each of the categories, and a 96 out of 100 for the overall environmental, social and governance rating. The document company annually publishes its report on corporate social responsibility, reinforcing the message that behaving responsibly as a global citizen is an “inseparable part of the company’s heritage.”
“Year in and year out, we ensure that Xerox has a sustainable environmental, social and governance strategy,” said Michele Cahn, vice president of global government affairs, sustainability & citizenship for Xerox. “A robust ESG program makes good business sense and benefits our employees, customers, shareholders and the planet.”
FTSE Russell is a leading global provider of benchmarks, analytics, and data solutions with multi-asset capabilities. The FTSE4Good Index is administered by the Financial Times Stock Exchange, a unit of London Stock Exchange Group’s information services division.
Xerox was first named to the FTSE4Good Index in 2008.
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