Visteon Named to Dow Jones Sustainability Index for Fourth Consecutive Year

Visteon Corporation (NYSE: VC), one of the world's leading suppliers of automotive components and integrated systems, has been included in the Dow Jones Sustainability World Index for the fourth consecutive year.

Companies listed in the Dow Jones Sustainability World Index are selected globally based on their ability to integrate economic, environmental and social criteria into their strategies and operations to determine sustainability.Asset managers use the index as an objective benchmark for investment portfolios designed to support companies that follow the principles of sustainability.

Visteon was selected based on a variety of practices initiated within the company, including environmental management systems, ethics training, formal codes of conduct and community involvement.

"Visteon has once again demonstrated its commitment to economic, environmental and social performance," said Michael F. Johnston, Visteon president and chief executive officer. "The company has been recognized as a leader in the industry, and Visteon is proud that its performance in these areas has met this year's even more stringent sustainability requirements."

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