Faced with changing public expectations, successful individuals are judged more than ever by the ethical performance of their investments, opening themselves up to new risks and opportunities.
- What do the ESG credentials of your businesses say about you?
- Could your investments’ pay gaps jeopardise your own personal reputation?
- What steps should you take to mitigate and contain the risk?
In Q3 2020, Transmission Private conducted research into the damaging impact pay-gap statistics could have on the reputations of beneficial owners and and shareholders.
Selected findings and recommendations
- A significant majority of the public (63%) think worse of company shareholders whose companies have poor gender pay gaps
- Older generations judge company owners more by pay gaps than younger people
- Families and investors should ask for their investments to report on key ESG and CSR metrics on a quarterly basis alongside financial results
- Shareholders must take the time to contextualise poor pay gay data through methods such as industry benchmarking
Plus, more raw data from our survey of 2,000 members of the public... and practical, hands-on suggestions on how to manage your risk and respond to potential issues. Download the full report below.Download the full report