“ESG” stands for “Environment, Social and Governance.” Companies are expected to properly consider and address ESG issues, while investors are expected to evaluate companies’ related actions and make investment decisions, to help solve and improve global environmental and social issues, and contribute to the formation of a sustainable society. This page explains “G (Governance).”
Corporate Governance and Internal Control
Nidec aims to establish integrity as a company, obtain society’s trust, and sustainably expand its corporate value based on the motto, “high growth, high profitability, and high stock price.”
By complying with laws, regulations, internal rules and standards, social ethical standards, etc., we constantly promote compliance to enhance our officers’ and employees’ ethical awareness, establish corporate integrity, and win society’s trust.
Nidec tries to secure business continuity by anticipating both mid/long-term and daily risks based on a global perspective.