Japan Fund Management (Luxembourg) S.A.

Judiciousness. Attention to detail. Passion. Adaptability. No shortcuts.


This pillar considers environmental risks related to harmful releases into the environment generated by a company through its operations (e.g. greenhouse gas emissions, hazardous materials management, etc.), as well as environmentalimpacts due to the use of non-renewable natural resources as inputs to the factors of production (e.g. energy efficiency management, habitat destruction, biodiversity loss, deforestation, etc.).

Social Capital

This pillar addresses sustainability risk related to the social impact of a company to the society in which the company operates. It involves the management of relationships with customers, local communities, the public, and the government (e.g. human rights protections, customer privacy, data security, access to and affordability of products and services, customer welfare, responsible selling practices, etc.).


This pillar assesses the company’s culture, the company’srelationship with labor organisations, and the management of human resources (e.g. labor standards in the workplace, employees' health and safety, employees' engagement, diversity and inclusion, etc.).

Business Model & Innovation

This pillar evaluates sustainability risks in a company’s value-creation process (e.g. lifecycle impacts of product and services, responsiveness of the business model to the transition to a low-carbon economy, readiness to expected physical impacts of climate change, etc.) as well as in product innovation (e.g. efficiency and responsibility in product design, materials sourcing, supply chain management,etc.).

Leadership & Governance

This pillar covers the management of sustainability issues that are inherent to the corporate governance model (e.g. business ethics including fraud, corruption and bribery; monopolistic and anti-competitive practices; regulatory compliance; risk management; conflicts of interest; etc.).