Key Performance Indicators (KPI) to Promote Our Sustainability Initiatives
(*1) For details of the questionnaire on customer satisfaction survey of each company, please visit their website.
(*2) We have revised the figures in FY2018 by improving the accuracy of business activities' data which is the basis of calculation.
(*3)In May 2021, we revised our medium- to long-term targets as follows.
＜Table A ; Main Csv Initiative ＞
Developing and improving our products as part of our initiatives for ‘creating shared value’
* Part of the above classification may include contents which are different from those of the “Our Value Creation Approach” in this report.
In “Our Value Creation Approach,” we classify these CSV initiatives as they are much easy for everyone to understand.
Medium- to Long-term Target
■The following targets have been set for reducing CO2 emissions.
< CO2 Emission Reduction >
|Base Year||Target Year||Rate of Reduction|
|FY 2019||FY 2030||▲50％|
|FY 2050||Net Zero|
|Base Year||Target Year||Rate of Reduction||Target Categories|
|FY 2019||FY 2030||▲50％||１、３、５、７、１３ *1･2|
|FY 2050||Net Zero||All categories|
*1：Categories quantifiable and with importance in light of employee behavior change and natural capital conservation.
Category 1: Purchased products and services (Subject: Paper and mail), 3: Non-scope 1 and 2 fuel and energy activities, 5: Waste from operations, 7: Employee commuting, 13: Lease assets
*2：Setting medium-term goals for investment (Category 15) is under consideration.
< Renewable Energy Use >
|Target Year||Target rate|
■As for the promotion of diversity and inclusion, the following goals are set.
●Group target for the ratio of female managers (Subject: 5 domestic insurance companies + ＨＤ )
30% by the end of FY 2030
●Group target for the ratio of women in charge of overseeing the organization (Subject: 5 domestic insurance
companies + ＨＤ )
15% by the end of FY 2030
●Ratio of women among management team (Subject: HＤ)
・Ratio of women among board members (Directors and Corporate Auditors)
More than 30% by 2025
・Ratio of women among Directors, Corporate Auditors and Executive Officers
30% or more by the end of FY 2030
●Percentage of male employees taking childcare leave (Subject: MSI)
80% by 2021