The Women in Finance Charter is a commitment by HM Treasury and signatory firms to work together to build a more balanced and fair industry. Firms that sign up to this Charter are pledging to be the best businesses in the sector.
There are now 300 firms of all shapes and sizes across financial services signed up to the commitments of the Charter - from global banks to credit unions, the largest insurance companies to the smallest fintech start-ups - and we’re delighted to be one of them.
Commenting on the announcement, Julia McNeill, global executive for People at IRESS, said: “Diversity, of our collective experience, attitude and backgrounds of everyone across IRESS, has always been a strength behind our success and we’re constantly working to ensure that our workplace offers opportunities for all. We’re delighted to become a member of the Women in Finance Charter and proud to make a commitment to improving gender diversity within the financial services sector.”
The UK Government has today published an updated list of organisations signed up to the Women in Finance Charter, find out more about it here.
And you can read about our commitment to gender diversity and inclusion in Julia’s blog.
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