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Consumer Protection Indicators for companies

To enable in-depth and systematic assessment of companies’ performance against the Consumer Protection Principles, a set of indicators has been developed for each principle plus an overarching field on Governance and Management.

The indicators, alongside the Self-Assessment Tool, allow companies to measure their performance in Consumer Protection, identify strengths and weaknesses, and monitor their progress against their internal baseline over time. The results can also facilitate a dialogue between companies and investors by providing quantitative data and evidence of performance in a standardised format.


The Consumer Protection Self-Assessment Tool

To help companies measure their performance easily and in a standardised way, GOGLA has developed a Self-Assessment tool, which uses the Consumer Protection indicators and guides the user through a methodological assessment.

Completing the tool entails assessing the level of fulfilment of each Indicator – fully met, mostly met, somewhat met, not met – and a commentary on the result. The tool returns a numerical score for each Principle and a graphic overall result. 


Maintaining commitment to the Consumer Protection Code

To ensure that the Consumer Protection Principles are fully embedded in company operations, GOGLA recommends that the self-assessment should be carried out periodically and reported internally as part of standard governance processes. At a minimum, companies who make a commitment to the CP Code should endeavour to carry out the first self-assessment within three months, and annually thereafter. 


Download the list of indicators

Download the self-assessment tool for companies.



Download the list of indicators in French

Download the self-assessment tool for companies in French


The process to define the Indicators was led by GOGLA’s Consumer Protection Working Group and included several consultation rounds, trial self-assessments with several companies, and focus groups discussions with consumers. This group is responsible for maintaining the standards and will make periodic additions and revisions.