have skin in the game
To have a personal investment, usually monetary, in the pursuit of some goal or achievement, especially in business and finance. If you want to find a company that is truly motivated to succeed, find one where all the executives have skin in the game.
have/put skin in the ˈgame (American English, especially business) take an active interest in the success or failure of a particular project, activity, etc. because you are involved in a personal or financial way: If you want someone to make efficient choices, they have to have a little skin in the game.This expression was first used by the US investor Warren Buffett to describe a situation in which senior managers own or buy shares in the company that they manage and so have a personal interest in the company’s success or failure.