FY2021 performance on sustainability performance targets and KPIs
We have set targets and KPIs regarding materiality (key sustainability areas) as shown on Materiality (key sustainability areas) / Risks and opportunities (PDF/446KB)
Industry development & innovation, Sound economic growth, Environment & society
Sustainable finance Environmental finance
Outstanding credit balance for coal-fired power generation facilities based on our Environmental and Social Management Policy for Financing and Investment Activity
Scope 3 (emissions from financing and investment) - Electric power sector
138 to 232 kgCO2/MWh
Exposure to high-risk areas within transition risk sectors*
|Reduce over the medium to long term||JPY 1.6 trillion|
* See pp. 70, 72 for details
Declining birthrate and aging population, plus good health and lengthening lifespans
|Net increase in investment products (individual investors)||JPY 479.1 billion|
|Number of individual customers who use investment products||1.736 million customers|
|Net increase in publicly offered equity investment trust assets under management||JPY 416.8 billion|
Enhancement of our comprehensive asset consulting capability led to increases in the investment products balance and the number of individual customers using such products. The balance of publicly offered equity investment trust assets under management also increased.
Industry development & innovation
|Number of clients provided with consulting for business succession||2,534 clients|
Establishment of a new operational structure strengthened our ability to help solve issues faced by customers, and the number of clients who received consulting for business succession increased by 15% year-on-year.
|Rank in the number of IPOs as lead underwriter||#1|
|Rank in terms of IPO underwriting amount||#3|
Providing integrated bank-securities support for accelerated growth to innovation companies resulted in improved rankings in both the number of IPOs as lead underwriter and amount underwritten.
Percentage of management positions filled by women1
|Level to be achieved
|Percentage of management positions filled by employees hired outside Japan2||65%||66%|
|Percentage of management positions filled by mid-career hires1||15%||16%|
|Percentage of women in new graduates hired1,3||30%||35%|
|Percentage of paid annual leave taken by employees1||70%||76%|
|Percentage of eligible male employees who take childcare leave1||100%||97%|
1. Japan (Total of Mizuho Financial Group, Mizuho Bank, Mizuho Trust & Banking, and Mizuho Securities)
2. Except Japan (Total of Mizuho Bank, Mizuho Trust & Banking, and Mizuho Securities)
3. For new employees hired with plans to start in April of the following year
Environment & society
Greenhouse gas emissions (Scope1, 2)1
Number of participants in Mizuho’s financial and economic education programs
1. Data is for 7 group companies (Mizuho Financial Group, Mizuho Bank, Mizuho Trust & Banking, Mizuho Securities, Mizuho Research & Technologies2, Asset Management One, Mizuho Americas. Data up until FY2021 was for 8 group companies, including the former Mizuho Private Wealth Management3).
2. Data up to FY2020 combines figures for the former Mizuho Information & Research Institute and former Mizuho Research Institute.
3. Entity liquidated on March 23, 2022; functions taken over by Mizuho Bank.