Annual report and accounts
The Aster Group is a financially stable and robust business which is reflected in our A+ credit rating from Standard & Poor’s. Our business performance is underpinned by strong financial and operational management, a disciplined approach to acquisitions and the talent and contributions of our people. Click on a link below to view our recent financial performance.
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Value for Money
We strive to achieve real value for money for our customers, lenders and communities. How we are making the most of every pound we spend is explained in our annual Aster Group Value for Money Self Assessment reports.
Our customer annual report is designed to give you an overview of our performance on areas that matter to you. We’ve included an update on what we’re doing to support our customers and local communities as well as statistics on repairs and anti-social behaviour.
Download our 2016/17 customer annual report highlights to read about how we’ve made £4.3m of savings through more effective ways of working and invested £21,550 in employment and digital projects specifically designed to support our customers.
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Gender Pay Gap Report
We are serious about making Aster Group a great place to work.
Right at the heart of that is a belief that a person’s ability to do their job is what is important, not their gender, age, sexuality or any other personal factor.
We are determined that this will be reflected at all points in the employee journey, from recruitment, internal promotion and opportunities to learn, to how much we pay our people for the work they do.
We firmly believe in creating a culture that allows us to attract, retain and support each and every one of our colleagues and we will work hard to ensure that we provide an environment that is fair and inclusive.
Download our latest report and our key facts infographics to see the average pay gap in Aster between men and women, expressed as both a mean and a median average.