1. 51% of issuers and investors say they care about environmental and social issues because paying attention to these issues can improve returns or lower risks.
  2. A genuine shift is underway in how capital markets participants view their responsibilities.
  3. An astonishing 94% of companies expect to move away from environmentally- and socially-challenged business models in the next five years.
  4. Half of issuers say that climate change is already affecting their business or activities.
  5. 41% of issuers say they need a lot of financial help and investment to meet their sustainability goals.
  1. Decide what perspective you want to report from
  2. Understand the internal perspective
  3. Understand the external perspective
  4. Map your content to top frameworks on the market
  5. Look to frameworks to guide you
  6. Structure your annual report around the mandatory requirements
  • DEI is a focus area, but ESG overall is not well integrated with investment teams.
  • High adoption of pre-investment screening,
  • Asset Owners (LPs) are not a driving force behind ESG adoption
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  • To tailor and monitor their diversity strategy
  • To prepare for the likely introduction of compulsory ethnicity pay gap reporting
  • To support an effective, evidence-based HR strategy that will promote organisational performance.
  • Resulted in greater prominence and clarity on the current experience of employees
  • Prompted organisations to produce action plans to tackle their gaps
  • Enabled tracking of the impact of these action plans because reporting is an annual requirement (although paused for COVID-19).
  • Nearly half (47%) of employees have been asked to disclose their ethnicity, with significant differences between sectors.
  • 69% of public sector employees are most likely to have been asked to provide their ethnicity, followed by 55% in the third/voluntary sector and only 36% in the private sector.
  • A substantial majority of employees (84%) are comfortable disclosing their ethnicity to their employer, with only 10% saying they are uncomfortable with it.
  • 18% said that their employer could not be trusted to retain their anonymity and confidentiality when collecting ethnicity data.
  • 32% agreed that their employer would use the data to make positive changes in their organisation.
  • 31% agreed that their employer would use the data to identify any inequalities in promotions and employee progression.
  • 30% said their employer would say they’re acting on inequalities but with no change evident (34% of BAME group respondents and 21% of white British).
  • 30% said that their employer wouldn’t do anything with the data.




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