How the Excessive CEO Pay investment option is invested.
The Excessive CEO Pay investment option uses the Thomson Reuters Asset 4 Environmental Social and Governance (ESG) data sets to identify the ratio of CEO to average employee wage, for each listed company in the MSCI World and ASX300.
Example companies excluded *
As accurate on November 7, 2017, the Excessive CEO Pay investment option excludes the poorest performing companies, that is, the bottom 30% in terms of providing pay equality as follows:
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+ Past performance is not indicative of future performance. Socially responsible investment considerations form part of and are subject to the overall Good Super Investment Strategy, which includes considerations of diversity and liquidity within an overall mandate emphasising positive and negative social responsibility considerations.