Tokyo Century’s Contribution to the SDGs
What is the SDGs?
The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), adopted by the UN Summit held in 2015, are universal goals and targets which involve the entire world to be achieved by 2030 and pledge "Leave no one behind" and aim to eradicate poverty and realize a sustainable world. The SDGs consist of 17 goals and 169 targets and cover a wide range of global topics, such as "Affordable and Clean Energy," "Industry, Innovation, and Infrastructure," and "Climate Action." In addition to the UN and the world governments, individuals and various organizations, including local governments, private enterprises, and citizen groups, are expected to work on the SDGs.
Tokyo Century’s Materiality (Key Issues) and the SDGs
Tokyo Century identifies materiality (key issues) that considers the degree of priority for its stakeholders based on the SDGs as well as the degree of priority for the Company itself based on its Management Philosophy and the development of diverse businesses.
Contribution to decarbonized society
Contribute to widespread use of clean energy through climate change response and environmental efforts
Creation of new businesses driven by technical innovation
Create new businesses by integrating new technologies into financial services and contribute to the digital economy
Contribution to social infrastructure development
Respond to advances in global mobility services and cooperate with local communities to contribute to social infrastructure development
Sustainable resource use
Contribute to development of a circular economy focused on the value of assets
Enhancement of work environment, leading to strengthening of human resources
Promote human resource development, diversity, and workstyle reforms that improve job satisfaction and foster a sense of personal growth
Sustainability as Our Business Foundation
Through environment-friendly business activities, Tokyo Century will contribute to the creation of an environmentally sound, sustainable economy and society and a decarbonized society.
Tokyo Century aims to achieve sustainable growth primarily by promoting respect for human rights throughout its business activities and working on health and productivity management.
Tokyo Century strives to maintain a sound and highly transparent management system that enables swift and precise decision-making in response to changes in the business environment.
Tokyo Century promotes the DEI (Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion) initiative to enable employees with diverse capabilities and personalities to demonstrate flexible mind and dynamic action to better serve the varied needs of our customers by consistently providing services with high added value.
Signing of the UN Global Compact
The United Nations Global Compact (UNGC) is a global initiative in which companies and organizations take part in creating a global framework to act as good members of society and achieve sustainable growth by committing to responsible and creative leadership.
Tokyo Century supports the UNGC’s Ten Principles in the four areas related to human rights, labor, environment, and anti-corruption and will contribute to the creation of an environmentally sound, sustainable economy and society by continuing to make efforts to realize these principles.