Stakeholder Engagement

Stakeholder Engagement

Government/ Regulators



Governments and regulators continue to introduce legislation seeking to improve energy consumption and product standards. We also engage with industry bodies and trade associations.

Our people drive the success of our business. We know the value a diverse workforce brings and our culture supports an inclusive, entrepreneurial, and collaborative environment where everyone can achieve their full potential. Talent retention and development are vital to generating innovation and the success of our business. High levels of engagement and job satisfaction contribute directly to the success of Dialog.

We work with the leading consumer electronics companies. Our engagement goes beyond customer satisfaction. A closed R&D collaboration is at the heart of our customer relations. Our passion for innovation and the quality of our products are a source of value to our customers. Customer engagement helps us increase the value we bring into our products and our performance.

Form of engagement
  • Government consultations.
  • Regulatory enquiries.
  • Global Semiconductor Alliance.
Form of engagement
  • Employee annual reviews.
  • Employee survey.
  • Regular communications on Company intranet.
  • Global sustainability Group representatives from each office.
  • Round table with the Board in our Germering office.
Form of engagement
  • Customer service feedback.
  • Customer audit activity.
Frequency of engagement
  • Ad hoc.
Frequency of engagement
  • At least monthly.
  • Quarterly Group conference calls.
Frequency of engagement
  • Monthly to annual contact with key customers.
What do they care about?
  • Environmental regulations.
  • Product standards.
  • Sector wide issues.
What do they care about?
  • Company strategy.
  • Employee turnover.
  • Learning and development.
  • Terms of employment.
  • Involvement in sustainability activities.
What do they care about?
  • Product design.
  • Product quality and price.
  • Delivery schedules.





Our business is grounded in the communities it operates and serves. We work together with universities and professional bodies, as well as local and national organisations.

In 2019, we invested US$101,000 in local community projects across the world.

We aim to make a positive contribution to the communities in which we operate through technological advance and the enhancement of the local skills pool.

We have developed a strong and responsible relationship with our foundry, test and packaging partners. Over time, our engagement has evolved into a close R&D and supply chain collaboration.

Dialog employees are based in many of the premises of our partners. We undertake annual audits of our existing fabrication partners covering operational and sustainability aspects.

Dialog Semiconductor is listed in the Frankfurt stock exchange and a constituent of the MDAX and TecDAX indices. We encourage a two-way communication with potential investors and shareholders.

Feedback from shareholders informs our Board discussions.

We engage with investors and other agents in the financial markets in order to provide open and transparent business information so they can make informed decisions.

Form of engagement
  • Annual report.
  • Community projects.
Form of engagement
  • Procurement contract tenders.
  • Supply chain audits.
  • On-site presence at fabrication plants.
  • Performance reviews.
Form of engagement
  • Annual report.
  • Investor roadshows and conferences.
  • Ongoing investor relations engagement.
  • Webcasts.
  • Investors perception report.
  • Chairman meetings with shareholders.
Frequency of engagement
  • Monthly to annual contact with local communities.
Frequency of engagement
  • At least daily with respect to major suppliers.
Frequency of engagement
  • At least daily.
What do they care about?
  • Donations and in-kind support.
  • Sponsorship of female engineering students.
  • Collaboration with UKESF.
What do they care about?
  • Product quality and price.
  • Delivery schedules.
  • Management of identified issues in the 2019 audit process.
  • Implementation of the 2020 auditing process.
What do they care about?
  • Competition for talent and diversity. – Technological trends.
  • Company performance.
  • Business strategy and customer concentration.
  • Supply chain management.
  • ESG topics such as remuneration and gender diversity.
  • Capital allocation.