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Teachers Mutual Bank community investment of 5.39% pre-tax profits as measured by the LBG is ten times the Australia and New Zealand average, seventeen times the AU & NZ finance and insurance sector average and five times the international average.
The LBG - London Benchmarking Group - is the global standard for measuring and benchmarking corporate community investment. It covers the full range of contributions (cash, time, in-kind donations and management costs) made to community causes.
In FY2016, Teachers Mutual Bank’s $2.4 million community investment of 5.39% of pre-tax profits (NPBT) is equal to 8% of profits after tax (NPAT).
2016 London Benchmarking Group (LBG) results
Difference of TMB to the Average
$ Contribution as a % of pre-tax profit (NPBT)
$ Contribution per employee
Contribution as % of total revenue
$ Contribution as a % of pre- tax
% of community investment spent on education and young people
$ Contribution as % of pre-tax profit (NPBT)
Of the LBG Au&NZ 41 total, 9 (22%) are financial services and insurance sector;
NAB, ANZ, Australian Unity, Medibank, Suncorp Group, Toyota Financial Services, Teachers Mutual Bank, GMHBA
Of the LBG International 178 members, 38 (21%) are financial services. The 178 includes 41 Au&NZ members
ANZ, Arab African International Bank, Australian Unity, Aviva, AXA, Banco Santander, Baninter, Barclays, BBVA, Capital One, CUA, Deutsche Bank, GMHBA, HSBC, ING, Intesa Sao Paolo, Investec, Maybank, Medibank, NAB, Nationwide, Provident Financial, RBS, Reale Seguros, Rothschild, Santader UK, Schroders, St James Place, Standard Chartered, Standard Life, Suncorp, Teachers Mutual Bank, Toyota Finance, UBS, Unicredit, Zurich
LBG is the global standard for measuring and benchmarking corporate community investment. The LBG model provides a comprehensive and consistent set of measures for corporate community investment professionals to determine their organisation's contribution to the community, including cash, time and in-kind donations, as well as management costs.
LBG is the global standard for measuring and benchmarking corporate community investment.
The LBG model provides a comprehensive and consistent set of measures for corporate community investment professionals to determine their organisation’s contribution to the community, including cash, time and in-kind donations, as well as management costs. Recognised around the world, the framework is integrated into investor ratings like DJSI and supports reporting standards like GRI.
Data is taken from the LBG report provided to Teachers Mutual Bank, and public data from the 11th LBG Annual Review of Community Investment 2016 (Australia and New Zealand) and the LBG International report 2016 - Driving Community Investment. TMB data is FY2016.