Mitsubishi Chemical Holdings (MCHC) conducted the materiality assessment that identifies important management issues (materiality) to further enhance KAITEKI Value, referring to a process that conforms to international guidelines relating to sustainability.
While incorporating the viewpoint of shareholders, we identified and prioritized important management issues that we need to contribute to resolving to realize KAITEKI. Then we reviewed the materiality assessment taking into account management strategies and corporate activities for APTSIS 20, the medium-term management plan that ends in fiscal 2020, and reviewed the Materiality Matrix.
Process of Materiality Assessment
The MCHC Group will conduct APTSIS20 corporate activities aiming for realizing of KAITEKI, taking into account the identified issues and their degree of priority.
Further, we will review materiality assessments to reflect in a timely and precise manner the stakeholders’ requests and expectations, changes in the business environment and other factors.