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MSCI JAPAN (WIN) SELECT INDEX BANNER
MSCI JAPAN EMPOWERING WOMEN (WIN) SELECT INDEX
MSCI Japan Empowering Women (WIN) Select Index
The MSCI Japan Empowering Women (WIN) Select Index, which is part of the MSCI environmental, social and governance (ESG) indexes, aim to represent the performance of companies that are leading within their GICS®1 sector in terms of promoting and maintaining gender diversity, while also meeting certain quality factor criteria.
Companies that promote and maintain higher levels of gender diversity among their workforce may be better positioned to withstand talent shortages and generate more sustainable performance with reduced risk. To support institutional investors seeking exposure to companies that are promoting and maintaining gender diversity among their workforce, MSCI has developed the MSCI Japan Empowering Women (WIN) Select Index2. The index also includes stocks of companies that have significantly increased their investment on capital goods or R&D while maintaining high level of sales growth and gender diversity.
- The MSCI Japan Empowering Women (WIN) Select Index looks at the top 700 Japanese companies by market capitalization
- The index is constructed using the MSCI Japan IMI Top 700 Index
- MSCI ESG Controversy Scores are used in the index construction process, with an aim to exclude companies implicated in serious labor rights or human rights controversies, or any companies involved in very severe controversies as defined by MSCI ESG Research
- MSCI ESG Research now offers Japan Workforce Gender Diversity Data, allowing MSCI ESG Manager subscribers to access ESG diversity data based on the data used in the calculation of this index. Japan Workforce Gender Diversity Data Factsheet
The Japanese government has set out explicit goals to increase women’s participation and promotion in the business world. Our research suggests that companies that encourage women’s workforce participation may be better positioned to withstand the challenges of a shrinking workforce.
For a list of the ten largest constituents, sector breakdown and more, view the latest index factsheet below
1 The Global Industry Classification Standard (GICS) developed by MSCI Inc. and S&P Global.
2 Methodology Page.
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