We are committed to ways of advancing our environmental, social and governance performance. As a result of our diligent focus on our corporate responsibility obligations, we have been recognized by the following:
Designated as one of the top 120 European companies for most advanced Environmental, Social and Governance performances.
MSCI Global Sustainability Indexes. These benchmarks target the highest ESG-rated companies
making up 50% of the adjusted market capitalization in each sector of the underlying index. The
indexes are designed for investors seeking exposure to companies with strong sustainability
profiles with relatively low tracking error to the underlying equity market and are reconstituted
annually. The family includes the MSCI ACWI ESG Index, MSCI World ESG Index and MSCI EM ESG Index.
Selected for inclusion in the Ethibel EXCELLENCE Investment Register. This selection by Forum ETHIBEL
(www.forumethibel.org) signifies that we performed better than average
in our sector in terms of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR).
Core Laboratories has been selected as a constituent of the Ethibel Sustainability Index (ESI) Excellence Europe since 21/09/2015. The ESI indices universe is composed of companies included in the Russell Global Index that display the best performance in the field of Corporate Social Responsibility.
Recognized as meeting the Calvert Responsible Index Series’ standards for Environment and Workplace Safety as a result of improvements to environment and workplace safety policy, program and performance. Core Lab is a member of the Calvert U.S. Large Cap Core Responsible Index (CALCOR), the Calvert U.S. Large Cap Growth Responsible Index (CALGRO), and the Calvert U.S. Mid Cap Core Responsible Index (Ticker: CALMID).
Recognized for our commitment to advancing women’s leadership globally.
Core Laboratories is a member of the Gender Diversity Index as compiled by 2020 Women on Boards as a result of our being awarded a Winning "W" score in recognition that women make up more than 20% of our Supervisory Board. A "W" score is the highest score for the number of women directors on a board.