Dai-ichi Life Holdings Inc.

11/22/2017 | Press release | Distributed by Public on 11/21/2017 21:58

Sustainability Report 2017

The Dai-ichi Life Group publishes a sustainability report every year with a view to reporting to all of our stakeholders our policy on and main initiatives for sustainability.

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    All the reports on the website are deemed Sustainability Report.

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In addition, we are issuing the 'Annual Report' mainly for shareholders and investors.

Annual Reports

Editorial Policy

The Dai-ichi Life Group issues this Sustainability Report to communicate to all of our stakeholders our policy on and main initiatives for sustainability.
To ensure information is provided more widely to stakeholders, we will enhance the content of our group website. As well as annual updates, we will post the latest information regularly as needed.

Referenced Guidelines

  • GRI (Global Reporting Initiative) 'Sustainability Reporting Standards' and 'Sustainability Reporting Guidelines, Version 4 (G4)'
  • ISO26000 'Guidance on Social Responsibility'
  • The United Nations Global Compact 'Guideline for Communication on Progress (COPs)'

Scope of the Report

Organization covered

In principle, Dai-ichi Life Holdings as well as its principal domestic and overseas group companies are covered.

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    Dai-ichi Life, Dai-ichi Frontier Life, Neo First Life, etc.
    Reporting period
    Although primarily activities carried out during fiscal 2016 (from April 2016 to March 2017) are reported, some reporting of activities for other periods is also done to convey more accurate information.
    Main changes during the reporting period

Publication Date

November 2017

Previous publication: November 2016

Next scheduled publication: August 2018 (planned)


Please direct any inquiries regarding this report to the contacts listed below.
Dai-ichi Life Holdings,Inc.
Dai-ichi's Social Responsibility Promotion Center
13-1, Yurakucho 1-chome, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-8411, Japan
TEL 03-3216-1222 (switchboard)

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