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In order to increase public acceptance of our business operations, we also assess our activities with regard to their sustainability. A fundamental aspect of this is understanding the demands that different stakeholders have of the Company, taking them into account in our decisions, and communicating these decisions transparently. 

Exchanging information helps us understand even better what society expects of us and which measures we need to take to establish and maintain trust. When selecting our stakeholders, we also take account of their topic-specific expertise and willingness to engage in constructive dialog.

In numerous roadshows and conferences, we inform investors and analysts about ProSiebenSat.1’s business development and company outlook and respond to questions from the capital market relating to ESG topics. We maintain regular dialog with our shareholders and are available to answer questions at the Annual General Meeting. At present, we are particularly observing increasing requirements for the disclosure of the Company’s sustainability information, governance issues, and diversity concepts. In particular, the number of rating agencies and research institutes that assess our sustainability performance with regard to economic, social, and environmental aspects rose significantly in the year under review. In the context of rating processes, we engage in continuous dialog with the relevant providers to ensure that all material information is taken into account in the sustainability evaluation of our Company.

ESG Research and Sustainability Ratings of ProSiebenSat.1 (Selection)





Climate Change

October 2017

C (Awareness)


E&S QualityScore

May 2018

2 / 2


ESG Rating

April 2018


Oekom Research 

Corporate Rating

November 2017

C- (Medium)


Corporate Sustainability Assessment

September 2018



ESG Report

March 2018

57 (Average Performer)

Bloomberg Gender-Equality Index (GEI)

In January 2019, ProSiebenSat.1 was included for the first time in the Bloomberg Gender-Equality Index (GEI), which comprises 230 companies worldwide. Bloomberg annually examines companies concerning gender equality and evaluates their performance on the basis of criteria such as "Internal Employment & Female Management Statistics" or "Internal Policies Supporting a Gender-Equal Workplace”.