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WEF IBC Stakeholder Capitalism Metrics – 2021
In this 2021 Sustainability Report Credit Suisse is for the first time reporting the core “Stakeholder Capitalism Metrics” released by the International Business Council (IBC) of the World Economic Forum (WEF) in 2020. The IBC published 21 core metrics and 34 expanded metrics aligned to the themes: Principles of Governance, Planet, People and Prosperity. Although Credit Suisse has reported on core WEF metrics, we continue to enhance our reporting for future periods. Unless otherwise noted, all data reported is for the year ended December 31, 2021.
* Denotes expanded metric
Principles of Governance
Quality of governing body
Risk and opportunity oversight
Dignity and equality
Refer to section and section in chapter “People.”
|< 20 years||From 20-34 years||From 35-49 years||>49 years|
|Management positions (MD, DIR, VP)||0.0%||8.7%||64.3%||27.0%|
|All other professionals||1.9%||54.7%||32.5%||10.9%|
1 Data includes all active Credit Suisse employees with Credit Suisse employment agreements counted individually as of December 31, 2021 and excludes outsourced roles, contractors, consultants, trainees, staff on call, non-executive directors, and employees that do not have Credit Suisse employment agreements (Savoy Hotel Baur en Ville AG, Switzerland; Select Portfolio Servicing, Inc., USA, Swisscard AECS GmbH, Pensionskasse CSG (ohne VV), Vermögensverwaltung PK CSG, PK CSG/Mitarbeiterkonto, CORBY SA).
Health and well-being
Skills for the future
|Management positions (MD, DIR, VP)||14 hours||16 hours|
|All other professionals||14 hours||16 hours|
|Total 1||14 hours||16 hours|
1 calculated based on a 12-month average for 2021, excluding contingent workers.
Employment and wealth generation
|Women||3,863 /43.4 %||2,382 /12.3%||Americas||1,387/15.6 %||1,357/16.1 %|
|EMEA||1,839 /20.7%||1,476/ 13.9%|
|US Demographic||APAC||3,834 /43.0 %||2,162/15.8 %|
|Asian||352 /28.8 %||221 /12.5 %||Switzerland||1,847 /20.7 %||1,267/7.5 %|
|Black or African American||106 /8.7 %||61 /16.8 %|
|Hispanic or Latino||70 /5.7 %||54 /15.0 %||Age Group|
|White||543 /44.5 %||538 /16.0 %||< 20 years||170 /1.9 %||1/2.1 %|
|Two or more races||48 /3.9 %||30 / 21.5%||From 20-34 years||5,739 /64.4 %||3,448/20.2 %|
|American Indian or Alaskan Native||5 /0.4 %||1 / 6.6%||From 35-49 years||2,661 /29.9 %||2,378/10.2 %|
|Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander||1 /0.1 %||1 /17.3 %||>49 years||337/3.8 %||435/4.7 %|
|Not disclosed||96/7.9 %||338 /25.8 %|
|Asian/British Asian||103 /23.2 %||83 /12.4 %|
|Black, African, Caribbean or Black British||24 /5.4 %||12 /13.3 %|
|Mixed or Multiple Ethnic Groups||22 /4.9 %||8 /9.4 %|
|White||204 /45.8 %||159 /8.4 %|
|Additional ethnic group||14 /3.2 %||15 /23.8 %|
|Not disclosed||78 /17.5 %||163 /15.3 %|
1 a. Data includes all active Credit Suisse employees with Credit Suisse employment agreements counted individually as of December 31, 2021 and excludes outsourced roles, contractors, consultants, trainees, staff on call, non-executive directors, and employees that do not have Credit Suisse employment agreements (Savoy Hotel Baur en Ville AG, Switzerland; Select Portfolio Servicing, Inc., USA, Swisscard AECS GmbH, Pensionskasse CSG (ohne VV), Vermögensverwaltung PK CSG, PK CSG/Mitarbeiterkonto, CORBY SA).
b. Race/ethnicity data is based on employee self-identification; at this point in time we only collect race/ethnicity data from our US and UK employees. We have updated our methodology for reporting US/UK race/ethnicity aligned to the respective human capital metrics reporting. Our employee self-identification of race/ethnicity is currently 83.8% in the US and 73.5% in the UK.
c. Hiring percentages represent number of hires in each demographic divided by the total number of new hires in 2021.
d. Employee turnover rate is the number of voluntary leavers in each demographic divided by a 12-month rolling average of employee count of that demographic.