Women in Finance

300 companies sign up to Women in Finance Charter




A total of 300 companies have now signed up to HM Treasury’s Women in Finance Charter.

The Treasury announced 33 new signatories to the charter as of today (20th November).

The new signatories include companies such as Mint Bridging, Societe Generale, Target Group, The Cumberland Building Society and Ummah Ventures Limited (Moneemint).

The charter asks firms to commit to four industry actions to prepare their female talent for leadership positions:

having one member of a senior executive team who is responsible and accountable for gender diversity and inclusion
setting internal targets for gender diversity in their senior management
publishing progress annually against these targets in reports on their website
having an intention to ensure the pay of the senior executive team is linked to delivery against these internal targets on gender diversity.

The 33 firms that have recently signed the charter are:

American Express
BDO LLP
Berry & Oak
British Friendly Society
Bullionblock Ltd
Carrington Investment Consultants Limited
CNA Hardy
Darcey Quigley & Co Ltd
DST Financial Services International Ltd
Earth Capital Partners
FTI Consulting LLP
Graphite Partners
Hastings Direct
IRESS Limited
JM Finn & Co
Longhurst Limited
LV=General Insurance
Mint Bridging Ltd
Muzinich & Co Limited
Nacional Financiera SNC London Branch
Pantheon Ventures (UK) LLP
Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association (PLSA)
Refinitiv
Societe Generale
Sustainable Technology Investors Ltd
Target Group Ltd
The Cumberland Building Society
The National Farmers Union Mutual Insurance Society Limited
Tullow Oil PLC
Ummah Ventures Limited (Moneemint)
Venture Founders
Veritas Commercial Services
Willis Owen Limited

The full list of charter signatories can be found online. 

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