For the fourth year running, CDP (formerly the Carbon Disclosure Project) awarded Fincantieri a rating of A- (on a scale of measurement from D, minimum, to A, maximum), for its commitment to combating climate change and affirming its leadership on this issue as well. Moreover, CDP also awarded Fincantieri the A- rating in the Supplier Engagement Rating (SER) ranking. This rating measures the effectiveness with which companies are involving their suppliers, again as regards climate change.

For the third year, Fincantieri was assessed by Sustainalytics, a Morningstar subsidiary that specializes in evaluating how effectively companies manage Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) risks. The last score update obtained in February 2024 is of 14.2 points in the “Low Risk” band (scale 0 best, >40 worst), ranking 12th out of 581 companies evaluated in the Machinery basket. In addition, it was included in the prestigious list of ‘Top-Rated ESG Companies’. This recognition highlights the Company’s outstanding performance.

MoodyFincantieri’s last assessment in July 2023 resulted in a score of 69/100, confirming the Company’s place in the “Advanced” range, the highest in Moody's ranking, an agency that assesses the integration of social, environmental and governance factors in sustainability.


Fincantieri was assessed by S&P Global through the Corporate Sustainability Assessment (CSA) questionnaire, within the IEQ Machinery and Electrical Equipment basket, obtaining a score of 59/100 (61/100 in 2022), which was confirmed in the last update on January 23, 2024.

Fincantieri confirmed its position among the “Leader” companies assessed through the Integrated Governance Index (IGI) 2023, promoted by EticaNews. IGI is a quantitative index developed on the basis of a questionnaire given to leading Italian companies with the aim of measuring the degree of integration of ESG factors in corporate governance and identity. In 2023, 98 companies joined the project, which is now in its eight year.


UniversumIn Italy, for the fifth consecutive year, Fincantieri has been recognized as one of the 'Most Attractive Employers in Italy' in the survey by Universum, a Swedish company that certifies the most attractive companies for university students and professionals, reinforcing its leadership ahead of numerous industrial companies. Fincantieri was awarded first prize for the Manufacturing, Mechanical and Industrial Engineering sector in the Universum survey dedicated to young Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) professionals (people with a seniority of up to 5 years) and was awarded second place in the ranking dedicated to STEM students. Fincantieri S.p.A. is ranked among the top 50 companies according to students and young professionals in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). While in the Humanities/Liberal Arts/Education and Business categories, Fincantieri S.p.A. is ranked among the top 100 companies.

Fincantieri has received from the Top Employers Institute the 'Top Employers Italy 2024' certification, official recognition of the company's excellence in HR policies and strategies and their implementation to contribute to people's wellbeing, improve the working environment and the world of work. This certification is awarded to companies that achieve and meet the high standards required by the HR Best Practices Survey. The Survey covers 6 macroareas in HR, examines and analyses in depth 20 different topics and the respective best practices including People Strategy, Work Environment, Talent Acquisition, Learning, Diversity, Equity&Inclusion, Wellbeing and many others. Fincantieri’s improved results over the years confirm its growing focus on listening to and engaging people, its constant commitment to fostering an increasingly inclusive working environment and its ability to attract talent and invest in employee training and development.

In 2023, the Shipbuilders Council of America (SCA) awarded the “Excellence in Safety Award” to Fincantieri Marinette Marine for enhancement of operations and promotion of safety and accident prevention.
In order to qualify for SCA’s annual safety awards, member organizations must submit the SCA Injury & Illness survey for all four quarters in order to be eligible for a safety award. Additionally, they must have had zero fatalities and either have a Total Recordable Incident Rate (TRIR) below the SCA average or reduce their year on year TRIR by 10 percent or more.