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As a Sunday Times Best Companies employer for nine years, our people are at the forefront of our success. We know that by having a diverse, engaged workforce, within an inclusive environment, we will contribute positively to the communities in which we work.

We are absolutely committed to becoming a truly inclusive place to work, where everyone, regardless of their gender, race, ethnicity, ability or sexual orientation, has an equal opportunity to reach their true potential.

This helps to ensure that we attract, retain and develop leading talent within our business, regardless of background or personal characteristics. It enables us to provide equal opportunities for all our colleagues and ensures that we reflect the diversity of our client base and the markets in which we operate.

Here you will find details of our approach, including our Gender Pay Gap figures for 2017, 2018 and 2019.


Inclusion and Diversity

Our approach

Inclusion and diversity is a priority in every market we operate within, because we want to attract, develop and retain leading talent across our business, and provide our clients with the highest level of service possible.

Our values are at the heart of our commitment to becoming a more inclusive and diverse organisation, and we encourage our teams to live them in their day-to-day roles. We align our Inclusion and Diversity principles with our values, and outline how we demonstrate them. This ensures that we maintain a keen focus on our values at all times, and that we can benchmark and measure the progress we are making.

Our core values are to:

  • Work together
  • Trust each other
  • Be better
  • Be innovative
  • Do the right thing
Download our Inclusion and Diversity report

Reducing the gender pay gap across society is a fundamental part of gender equality, and one we wholeheartedly support. While we are pleased to have made some progress in this area over the past 12 months, there’s always more that we can do and we have a number of initiatives planned for 2020, which we hope will put us in an even better position in 2021. PAUL LOMAS Global HR Director, Bibby Financial Services

Women in Finance Charter

Gender pay gap

At BFS we believe that Gender equality is not only a basic human right, but also critical to a more sustainable and peaceful society. To ensure that we have a gender inclusive environment, we focus on three pillars of gender inclusion, which are inclusive recruitment, retaining and developing colleagues, and enabling progression.

By supporting important initiatives such as International Women’s Day and joining the Women in Finance Charter, we champion the achievements of the talented women we have right across our business.

You can find out more about Inclusion and Diversity at BFS, including our Gender Pay Gap figures for 2017 and 2018, by downloading the 2019 report and our latest figures for 2019 in our Inclusion and Diversity 2020 report.


Download our 2020 I&D report

Disability Confident Committed

Disability

We are striving to create a truly inclusive culture which allows colleague of all abilities to be acknowledged and appreciated for their contributions.

As part of our Inclusion and Diversity strategy, we are working towards ensuring that those with a disability or health condition have the opportunity to reach their career goals and achieve their aspirations.

In 2019 we became a Disability Confident Committed employer. While we know there is more to do in this area, joining the scheme has helped us to think differently about how we can improve the way in which we attract, retain and develop those with disabilities.


Download our I&D report

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