Sustainability Indices

International indices guide us in our efforts for constant improvement and in setting the highest of standards for our Group to achieve. We are pleased that our DJSI and FTSE4Good ratings improved over the years. These ratings assess the extent to which a company bases its decisions on social and environmental factors in addition to economic performance. They help guide investors when they make decisions. For further details regarding our reporting standards and indices, see our Documents & Reports page.

Sustainability Indices for the Environment, People, and Investors

The DJSI is based on an analysis of business performance using 24 criteria divided into three main categories: environment, social and corporate governance. These categories are further divided into more specific subcategories. Ratings range from 0 to 100.

2022 rank: 87/100 included, ELQ: 3rd

2021 rank: 87/100 included, ELQ: 1st

2020 rank: 87/100 included, ELQ: 2nd

The MSCI ESG Ratings seek to measure the resilience of a cTompany to long-term and financially significant ESG risks. The ESG ratings range from leader (AAA, AA), average (A, BBB, BB) to laggard (B, CCC).

2022 score: AA

2021 score: AA

2020 score: A

EcoVadis is a platform that allows companies to monitor the sustainability performance of suppliers through an assessment. The overall score (0-100) reflects the quality of the company’s sustainability management system at the time of the assessment. Criteria for the 2023 scorecards: - Platinum: overall score between 78 and 100; - Gold: overall score between 70 and 77; - Silver: overall score between 59 and 69; - Bronze: overall score between 50 and 58.

2022 score: 74/100 (Gold medal)

2021 score: 73/100 (Platinum medal)

2020 score: 76/100 (Platinum medal)

CDP is the most well-known NGO in the world when it comes to assessing the transparency of climate-change disclosures, with the assignment to firms of scores from D to A. The scoring methodology is aligned with the Task force for Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) and the main environmental standards, thus providing the entire market with a set of comparative data.

Score 2022: Climate Change: A (World) Water Security: B

Score 2021: Climate Change: B (World) Water Security: B

Score 2020: Climate Change: B (World) Water Security: C

The ESG Risk Rating provides an overall score for the firm based on an assessment of how much it is exposed to ESG risks and how they are managed. The scale ranges from 0 (low risk) to 40 (high risk).

Risk 2022: 26.1 (Medium)

Risk 2021: 22.8 (Medium)

Risk 2020: 21.4 (Medium)

The FTSE4Good Index Series are equity indices launched in 2001 by the FTSE Group to measure the performance of companies that demonstrate solid Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) practices. Companies must have an overall ESG rating of at least 3.3/5 for inclusion in the FTSE4Good indices.

2022 Score: 3.8/5

2021 Score: 3.8/5

2020 Score: 4.0/5

Bloomberg collects Environmental, Social and Governance data from corporate public communications. Bloomberg ESG Disclosure Scores evaluates companies on the basis of their disclosure of ESG data, in consideration of the relevant industries. The rating scale ranges from 0 to 100.

2022 score: 63/100

2021 score: 55/100

2020 score: 45/100

The Stoxx ESG Indices are a new group of indices. Their ratings are based on specific environmental, social and governance performance indicators in addition to overall sustainability performance.

2020 - 2022 included in

STOXX Italy 45 ESG-X and
STOXX Europe 600 ESG-X

Launched by Euronext, the MIB® ESG index is the first ESG index dedicated to Italian blue chips. It combines the measurement of economic performance with ESG assessments in line with the principles of the UN Global Compact2. The composition of the index is based on the analysis of ESG criteria by Vigeo Eiris (V.E.), part of Moody's ESG Solutions, which assesses the ESG performance of issuers. The methodology behind the index uses ESG criteria to rank the 40 best from the 60 most liquid Italian companies, excluding those involved in activities not compatible with ESG investments.

2022 rank: included

2021 rank: included

Carbon Clean 200 is a report produced by Corporate Knights that includes a global list of the 200 largest listed firms, classified in terms of their clean energy sales.

2022 rank: 58/200

2021 rank: 58/200

2020 rank: 47/200

Moody's ESG solutions seek to understand better the ESG performance of the organisation, assess its exposure to climate and environmental risks, strengthen its action plans in the area of sustainability and communicate with the main Stakeholders. The index assesses sustainability performance using 25 criteria, subdivided into 6 different areas: environment, human resources, human rights, community involvement, ethical conduct and governance. The rating scale ranges from 0 to 100.

2022 Rank: 57/100

2021 Rank: 51/100

2020 Rank: 44/100

Major Sustainability Awards Received in 2022

In 2022 Prysmian Group improved its performance in major sustainability indexes. The Group has been part of the FTSE4Good Index since 2015. The Group confirmed its score in the Dow Jones Sustainablity Index World, to 87/100(starting from 2019 the Group is included in the Dow Jones Sustainability Index World, the most important international index recognised for assessing Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) performances).. Prysmian Group reached a score of 74/100 in the EcoVadis Index(EcoVadis is a platform providing an assessment of companies’ CSR performance - Corporate Social Responsibility - based on international sustainability standards, aiming at monitoring sustainability in global supply chains). Moreover, Prysmian Group is included in MIB ESG, the first italian blue-chip index dedicated to the ESG best practices.

Prysmian is the only pure cable maker included in the most recognized sustainability index at global level, covering over 5,300 companies.

Prysmian Group’s focus on environmental sustainability is also borne out by the Group’s performance in the CDP – Climate Change Report.. Prysmian ranks among the leading companies that have publicly reported their environmental data within the framework of the Climate Change programme. The Group, included in the "Capital goods” segment, scored A- (on a scale of eight values from A to D), improving its performances and confirming its commitment to measuring, reporting and reducing its environmental impact, in line with the goals set by the COP21 in Paris. In addition the Group started to allocating its emissions to international customers that have requested it by completing the Supply Chain section of the Climate Change questionnaire. Prysmian also participates in the CDP Supply Chain programme.