Annaly Capital Management's 2023 ESG Achievements

Annaly Capital Management, Inc. (NYSE: NLY) recently released its 2023 Corporate Responsibility Report titled "Powering American Homeownership," showcasing its commitment to sustainable business practices, corporate governance, talent development, and diversity. The report highlights the company's achievements in its ESG programs and practices in recent years.

David Finkelstein, Annaly's CEO and Chief Investment Officer, expressed pride in the progress made in expanding leadership across housing finance, ultimately enhancing the company's ability to drive homeownership for all Americans.

Some key metrics from the report show that in 2023: Net income increased by 15% compared to the previous period. The company's investment strategies across mortgage finance continued to generate strong returns, with a 12% increase in total returns compared to the prior year. Annaly reported a 20% increase in talent development initiatives, reflecting its commitment to nurturing and developing its workforce. The report also highlighted a 25% increase in diversity and inclusion programs, underscoring the company's focus on championing diversity within its corporate culture.

For further details on Annaly's corporate responsibility initiatives and to access the full report, visit their website at As a result of these announcements, the company's shares have moved -0.1% on the market, and are now trading at a price of $19.96. Check out the company's full 8-K submission here.

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