Gender pay gap

Gender Pay Gap Reporting Statement

Santander Consumer (UK) plc

Santander Consumer (UK) plc (SCUK), trading as Santander Consumer Finance, is part of the Banco Santander group. Santander Consumer Finance provides a range of products designed for the purchase of personal and business vehicles. Our finance and related products are distributed via a network of dealers and intermediary introducers, and also through partnerships with selected car and motorcycle manufacturers. We are one of the UK’s leading independent finance companies with over half a million live customer agreements.

In addition, we have a Joint Venture arrangement with Hyundai Capital providing wholesale finance facilities for both Hyundai and Kia. Our head office is in Redhill, Surrey, and we have a field sales force based across the United Kingdom.

What is the gender pay gap?

The gender pay gap shows the difference in average pay between women and men. This is different to equal pay, i.e. women and men receiving the same pay for the same roles.

The gender pay gap takes into account all roles at all levels of the organisation, rather than comparing pay received by women and men performing the same roles.

At SCUK, we regularly review and analyse our employee pay to ensure women and men are treated equally when performing the same role. We are confident that SCUK’s gender pay gap is not a pay issue; our approach to pay is gender-neutral by design, where like work for like pay is measured.

As a motor finance organisation within the financial services sector, like many organisations SCUK is affected by traditionally male-dominated populations in senior positions.

Our gender pay and bonus gap

The pay and bonus gap metrics here are correct as of the mandatory 2021 snapshot date.

Average pay gap30.4%30.5%

Proportion of Employees Paid a Bonus


Pay Quartiles

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Santander Consumer (UK) plc confirms the published gender pay gap reporting is accurate and signed by the Finance Director, Diane Roberts.

Reports from previous years