Our journey to become a sustainable business has been recognised by external organisations.

 A fuller picture of our progress can be found in our latest Corporate Responsibility report.

67 Results

1,000 Biggest and Best Companies

Serasa Experian was ranked as one of the 1,000 Biggest and Best Companies in Brazil. It was ranked 255th in the year book “Value 1000”, published by the newspaper Economic Value.

Human Resource Professionals

The Human Resources support at Serasa Experian was rated as one of the most admired by Human Resource professionals in Brazil. The national survey was performed by the HR Management Company, for managers of people and meant Serasa Experian was featured in the “1000 Biggest and Best Companies” (Exame Magazine), the “Best Companies to Work For” listing (Época Magazine) and the “150 Best Companies to Work For” ranking (S/A – Exame Magazine).

FTSE4Good Index Series

Experian has been recognised by the FTSE4Good Index Series, following an analysis of its corporate social responsibility activities. The assessment, conducted by Experts in Responsible Investment Solutions (EIRIS) measures the ESG risk and performance of over 2,400 companies globally against key areas including environmental management, climate change, human and labour rights, supply chain labour standards and countering bribery.

Business In the Community

Experian was awarded a new Big Tick for The St Ann’s Project at the UK Business In The Community Awards for Excellence. These are independent and peer assessed corporate responsibility awards, run by BITC in association with the Financial Times. The awards recognise and celebrate those companies who have shown innovation, creativity and a sustained commitment to corporate responsibility. BITC is a business-led charity with a purpose to advise, support and challenge their 850 members in the UK to create a sustainable future for people and the planet and to improve business performance. Experian has been a member of BITC for over 15 years and has won 8 Big Ticks and 18 reaccreditations.

Carbon Disclosure Project

The Carbon Disclosure Project is an independent not-for-profit organisation holding the largest database of primary corporate climate change information in the world. Carbon Disclosure Leadership Index assesses the quality of reporting on climate change issues. In 2011, Experian achieved a score of 74 (out of a potential 100), which was seven points higher than the previous year and significantly better than the average score of 63 achieved by the FTSE350. The score achieved shows that senior management at Experian understand the business issues related to climate change and are building climate related risks and opportunities into core business.