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2015 ESG100 Sectors


The 2015 ESG100 companies are classified into 50 industries in 10 sectors. Top three sectors are consumption (19%), financials (15%), and infrastructure (13%) equal to non-renewable resources (13%).

Sector Industry Companies
Health Care Pharmaceuticals  1
Financials Commercial Banks 10
  Investment Banking & Brokerage  1
  Asset Management & Custody Activities  1
  Consumer Finance  1
  Insurance  2
Technology & Communication Electronic Manufacturing Services & Original Design Manufacturing  2
  Software & IT Services  2
  Hardware  2
  Telecommunications  3
  Internet Media & Services  1
Non-Renewable Resources Oil & Gas – Exploration & Production  1
  Oil & Gas – Midstream  1
  Oil & Gas – Refining & Marketing  3
  Oil & Gas – Services  1
  Coal Operations  1
  Iron & Steel Producers  2
  Metals & Mining  1
  Construction Materials  3
Transportation Auto Parts  3
  Car Rental & Leasing  2
  Airlines  1
  Air Freight & Logistics  1
  Marine Transportation  1
  Rail Transportation  2
  Road Transportation  1
Services Education  1
  Professional Services  2
  Hotels & Lodging  3
  Restaurants  1
  Leisure Facilities  1
  Media Production & Distribution  1
  Cable & Satellite  1
Resource Transformation Chemicals  2
  Electrical/Electronic Equipment  1
  Industrial Machinery & Goods  4
Consumption Agricultural Products  2
  Processed foods  5
  Non-Alcoholic Beverages  1
  Multiline and Specialty Retailers & Distributors  2
  Apparel, Accessories & Footwear  5
  Household & Personal Products  3
  Building Products & Furnishings  1
Renewable Resources & Alternative Energy Biofuels  1
Infrastructure Electric Utilities  4
  Water Utilities  1
  Waste Management  1
  Engineering & Construction Services  1
  Real Estate Owners, Developers & Investment Trusts  4
  Real Estate Services  2
  Total 100


Remark: Sectors and industries of the ESG100 companies are categorized based on SASB's Sustainable Industry Classification System.