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Asia Pacific region hosts the best and worst performers in the world for gender equality at work

16/06/2022 · Product Launch

  • Australia is the best APAC market for gender equality at work and hosts the world’s leading company (Mirvac)


  • Women make up just 4% of CEOs in APAC region. Only 2 companies in region achieve gender balance at all levels and just 3 have disclosed the gender pay gap

Fifth annual Gender Equality Global Report: Progress is real but painfully slow

03/03/2022 · Product Launch

  • Top companies globally are Australia’s Mirvac, followed by Norwegian Bank DNB and UK’s National Grid
  • A tiny minority of 18 companies globally achieved gender balance at all company levels
  • Only 19 companies globally have closed their gender pay gap

Nasdaq launches its ESG Data Hub including data sets from Equileap

29/06/2021 · Product Launch

  • The Nasdaq ESG Data Hub will connect investors with expert-led ESG data sets including diversity, carbon emissions and green bonds
  • Equileap datasets look at the full scope of gender equality in the workplace, from the boardroom to the supply chain

Revealed: The top 100 gender-equal companies around the world

04/03/2021 · Equileap Report

  • Norwegian bank DNB ranks number one globally, followed by Mirvac (Australia), WPP (UK), L’Oreal (France) and General Motors (U.S.)
  • Only 15 companies globally have closed their gender pay gap
  • 5 out of 10 companies globally published an anti-sexual harassment policy

GPIF, the largest investor globally, now allocates USD2.9 billion to gender equality

18/12/2020 · Product Launch

  • New Morningstar index weights constituents based on 19 gender equality criteria provided by Equileap
  • Morningstar dedicated website here
  • GPIF press release available here

Fewer female Chairs of the board (21) than male Chairs
called John (23) in the S&P 500 companies

08/12/2020 · Equileap Report

  • Only 8% of all Chair, CEO and CFO positions at S&P 500 companies are occupied by women
  • 91% of companies do not publish their gender pay gap
  • 213 of the S&P 500 companies offer two weeks or more of paid maternity carer leave

France outperforms Germany on gender equality

04/03/2020 · Equileap Report

  • Top countries for gender equality in Europe are France (average score of 52%), Sweden (49%), Spain (46%) and Germany (44%)
  • German listed companies underperform French ones on all criteria except for flexible work options
  • Only 3 in 10 European companies publish their gender pay gap

Kenya performs as well as Canada and the United States on gender equality

13/11/2019 · Equileap Report

  • Standard Chartered Kenya would also rank within the Top 50 companies globally
  • No company achieves gender balance at all levels
  • One-third of companies have at least one corporate social responsibility project targeting women or girls

Equileap announces the world’s top 100 companies leading the way in gender equality

01/10/2019 · Equileap Report

  • Top 3 companies are Diageo (UK), Bank of America (US) and Mirvac (Australia)
  • Less than 1% of the companies globally have no pay gap
  • Australia, France and Sweden remain the best performing countries

Companies in Canada score lower than in the US on gender equality

08/03/2019 · Equileap Report

  • Top three Canadian companies are TD Bank, CIBC and Enbridge
  • Equileap assessed companies in the S&P/TSX 60 Index on 19 gender equality criteria

European gender equality index licensed by gender expert Equileap to Swedish online bank Avanza

08/03/2019 · Product launch

  • Tracker listed on the Stockholm Stock Exchange based on the Top 75 European companies
  • Growing trend toward gender-lens investing with fifth tracker launched in 18 months

Groundbreaking ranking of top US companies on gender equality

19/02/2019 · Equileap Report

  • General Motors is the only leading US company with no gender pay gap
  • No company achieves gender balance at all levels – board, executive, management, workforce
  • A vast majority (71%) of US companies now have an anti-sexual harassment policy in place

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