• The company gets the highest possible score in corporate governance, labor standards, environment and climate change mitigation, significantly improving its overall score
  • For the 11th straight year, Indra has renewed its presence on the Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI World), and it is a member of the Carbon Disclosure Project, an initiative focused on slowing down climate change




For the second year running, Indra has made it on to one of the world's most prestigious sustainability indices, the FTSE4Good Index Series, which is designed to facilitate investment in corporations that meet global benchmark standards in their environmental, social and corporate governance (ESG) practices. Indra has been independently assessed and has met the stringent criteria which the index imposes on its members.

The company has achieved the highest possible score, 5 points, in the fields of corporate governance, environment, climate change mitigation and labor standards. In the latter category it jumped two points thanks to the human resource policy and new talent management model. This rise also impacted the company's overall score in the ranking, up from 3.5 to 4.1 out of 5.

Indra's continued inclusion on the FTSE4Good Index and the excellent results achieved represent external recognition of the company's commitment to sustainability and continuous improvement as well as its policies in the field of corporate social responsibility, which have been streamlined across the entire organization and aligned with business activities and objectives.

Last October Indra renewed its presence on the Dow Jones Sustainability Index for the 11th straight year, and it is the only company in the Internet and IT services sub-sector that has maintained its position since first joining the index in 2006. Indra is, therefore, recognized as one of the world's leading companies in terms of sustainability and as a benchmark for socially responsible investment. The company is also a member of the Carbon Disclosure Project, which evaluates environmental sustainability and promotes measures to mitigate climate change.

Created by FTSE Russell (the trading name of FTSE International Limited and Frank Russell Company), the FTSE4Good stock market indices include companies that demonstrate leadership in environmental, social and governance practices.

The FTSE4Good criteria are developed following extensive consultation with the market and are updated annually. They are based exclusively on public data because FTSE Russell does not accept data or information sent privately by companies, which lends greater credibility and transparency to the data evaluated. A wide range of stakeholders, including NGOs, government organizations, consultants, academics, the investment community and the business world, contribute to the definition of the admission criteria. The index is revised twice a year, in June and December, and companies are assessed annually.

About Indra

Indra is one of the main global consulting and technology companies and the technology partner for core business operations of its clients businesses throughout the world. It offers a comprehensive range of proprietary solutions and cutting edge services with a high added value in technology, which adds to a unique culture that is reliable, flexible and adaptable to its client’s needs. Indra is a world leader in the development of comprehensive technological solutions in fields such as Defense & Security, Transport & Traffic, Energy & Industry, Telecommunications & Media, Financial Services and Public Administrations & Healthcare. Through its Minsait unit, it provides a response to the challenges of digital transformation. In 2015 it reported revenues of €2,850m, had a workforce of 37,000 professionals, a local presence in 46 countries, and delivered projects in more than 140 countries.