Equity, Diversity & Inclusion
Gender Pay Gap
What is the Gender Pay Gap and why is it important?
Gender Pay Gap Reporting was introduced to the private sector in 2017 with the aim of narrowing and eventually eliminating the pay differential between men and women. Increased transparency in reporting figures, helps improve accountability, which drives action to advance gender equity.
As a company in the UK with more than 250 employees, Daiwa Capital Markets Europe (‘DCME’) publishes its gender pay gap on an annual basis.
DCME 2022 Gender Pay Gap
We are pleased to see an improvement in our gender pay gap and are proud to share that 50% of the Executive Committee and 44% of the board are women. Please click here or the image below to find out more and access DCME’s 2022 Gender Pay Gap Report.
Previous Gender Pay Gap Reports can be found here
The Women in Finance Charter (WIFC)
The UK government launched the HM Treasury Women in Finance Charter in March 2016 to encourage the financial services industry to improve gender balance in senior management. The Charter now has more than 400 signatories covering more than a million employees across the sector.
We were proud to sign the charter in 2018. You can find our WIFC annual review here: