Gender Pay Gap

Gender pay gap (“GPG”) reporting was introduced in 2016. All companies in England, Wales and Scotland with over 250 employees are required by the government to publish their GPG annually both on their company website and on the government’s website. GPG data is based on a snapshot date of 5 April each year.

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Our 2020 Gender Pay Gap Reports

We are committed to understanding and addressing the underlying causes of gender imbalance across the industry and particularly in senior roles. We have invested considerable time in understanding our pay gap, and what we can do to address some of the underlying causes of the imbalance. We invite you to read our GPG reports on this page to learn more about some of the many initiatives we have implemented which we firmly believe will help us improve the imbalance in our workforce, and create a sustainable and inclusive culture for all.

Read more about our initiatives in our reports below:
Mizuho International 2020 Gender Pay Gap Report
Mizuho Bank 2020 Gender Pay Gap Report

 

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