IGM FINANCIAL INC. AMONG THE 10 BEST CORPORATE CITIZENS IN CANADA Company moves to 8th spot from 21st last year in annual Corporate Knights ranking

IGM Financial Inc. (TSX: IGM) has been ranked in the top 10 of
Corporate Knights’ Best 50 Corporate Citizens in Canada. The company improved its ranking to
th overall in 2017, up from 21st position last year.
IGM Financial is one of Canada’s premier personal financial services companies, with business
carried out principally through Investors Group, Mackenzie Investments and Investment
Planning Counsel.
“IGM Financial is proud to be recognized among Canada’s top 10 corporate citizens, which has
been a shared effort between our companies, financial advisors and employees across the
country” said Andrea Carlson, Vice-President, Finance & Corporate Responsibility for IGM
Financial. “We make a positive difference in the communities where we live and work through
our charitable giving, volunteer work and our commitment to environmental and social
Carlson said this recognition comes as a result of IGM Financial’s continued enhancements to
its corporate responsibility reporting and the introduction of environmental and social
initiatives which further demonstrate the company’s longstanding commitment in this area.
These efforts have contributed to recognition by Corporate Knights and other groups as
 IGM Financial was accepted into the internationally renowned FTSE4Good Index Series
in 2016 for demonstrating strong environmental, social and governance (ESG) practices.
 In 2015, IGM Financial earned a spot on the Jantzi Social Index (JSI), a leading Canadian
sustainability index consisting of 50 Canadian companies measured on ESG rating
 IGM Financial has been recognized by the CDP as a leader in Canadian climate disclosure
for the quality of its reporting on greenhouse gas emissions and climate change. In
2016, the company received a Leadership level score of A-.


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