The Financial Services firms listed here are going the extra mile to collect the Gender Dividend. They are in our opinion great places for our Members and our wider community to work:-

Legal & General Investment Mangement

Legal & General believe that an inclusive workplace brings the best results, and allows everyone to thrive and achieve.  They are committed to helping talented women advance and develop in their financial services careers, and as a result signed on to the Women in Finance Charter in 2016. On the...

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HSBC value an inclusive and diverse workforce, delivering not only benefits to customers, but opportunities for all.  As a bank that serves an extremely diverse customer base, HSBC believe it is important that employees reflect the communities they serve. In 2015, HSBC UK announced a 50/50 recruitment target to increase the...

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Barclays believe in supporting women to fulfil their potential in their financial services careers. Fostering an inclusive workplace is a core value at Barclays, as recruiting the best candidate regardless of gender is what is best for customers, clients, and employees. Overall, their workforce is majority female, making up 51%, and...

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Deutsche Bank

Deutsche Bank believe in the value of a diverse workforce, and one of their key priorities is to promote equal participation of women and men.  Deutshe Bank aim to foster an inclusive workplace, where everyone is able to achieve and develop regardless of gender or background. It is well...

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M&G Investments

M&G believe in providing an environment where everyone can develop and achieve, personally and professionally, regardless of background. Due to this belief, M&G signed on to the Women in Finance Charter, which sets out targets for promoting gender equality in the workplace. They hope to improve...

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