Reputation

Reputations are informed stakeholder expectations—emotionally-laden products of social, political and economic factors—that boards and CEOs have a duty to protect.

Measuring Reputation Value

To combat the dread of reputation risk, Steel City Re pioneered synthetic measures of reputational value and risk. These reputation value metrics help companies insure, manage, and arbitrage reputation risk with quantitative rigor.

Features of Reputation Risk

Reputation value is placed at risk when companies fail to meet stakeholders’ expectations about governance and operations. Reputation risk is the measure of the gap between expectations and reality.

Cost of Reputation Loss

The consequences of setting in motion angry, disappointed stakeholders is a family of perils including impaired strategic power, reduced cash flows, and stock price drops.

ROI of Reputation Risk Management

Steel City Re protects strategic power and cash flows. In our era of ESG-centric investing, the ROI benefits of this protection manifest when companies publicly disclose how they’ve upgraded their enterprise reputation risk governance and management practices.