Castellum is One of the World's Most Sustainable Companies

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Castellum Inc

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Castellum has achieved top scores in the S&P Corporate Sustainability Assessment (S&P CSA) for the seventh year in a row. It is the only Nordic property business to be included in the Dow Jones Sustainability Indices, the S&P 500 ESG, and several other related sustainability indices.

S&P CSA is a very well-known sustainability benchmark and one of the most complete databases in the world when it comes to tracking the sustainability efforts and performance of listed companies.

This year's rating includes only twelve Swedish enterprises, and Castellum is once again the only Nordic property company on the list of the world's most sustainable companies.

The index's goal is to lead investors toward more sustainable investments. This year, almost 7,500 publicly traded companies were looked at, and only the best ones in each industry qualified for the index. Swedbank, BillerudKorsnäs, and Volvo Cars are among the other Swedish companies on the list.

"It is extremely gratifying to have placed so high in international rankings, but our focus is on future-proofing our operation and continuing to promote the necessary climate transition," says Rutger Arnhult, CEO Castellum AB.

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