At BNY Mellon we believe diversity is a business imperative and inclusion is an essential leadership competency. In the UK we are committed to building a diverse and dynamic workforce through public diversity goals. BNY Mellon signed the UK’s Women in Finance Charter in 2016 – an undertaking by the members of BNY Mellon’s Europe, Middle East and Africa Regional Executive Committee who aspired to have a minimum of 30% of all hires in the region to be women and/or diverse across all job levels by 31 December 2017. We were pleased to have met this goal ahead of the target date.
We also aspired to improve representation in EMEA of women in senior positions from 27% in September 2016 to 30% by 31 December 2018. As of December 2019 we have reached 29% and we remain committed to fostering an inclusive workplace that attracts the best talent and empowers our people to reach their full potential.
We continue our focus on increasing levels of female representation in senior management and advancing diverse top talent. Actions include:
Our six Employee Resource Groups support our diverse workforce and help ensure that a wide range of perspectives and rich experience contributes to our performance and ultimately our clients’ success. The groups, including our Women’s Initiatives Network, provide personal and professional development opportunities.
While there is much work to be done, we are as committed to diversity and inclusion as we are to our other strategic priorities.
We’re committed to elevating women in business and society, which improves lives, families, communities and economies.Read More About Gender Equality
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Learn how our company addresses pressing global issues, contributes to healthy economies, and supports thriving communities.Read More About The CSR Report
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The UK Government Equalities Office has introduced legislation which, as of 4 April 2018, requires employers with 250 or more UK employees to publish certain information in respect of their gender pay gap. BNY Mellon welcomes initiatives that encourage greater focus on pay transparency.Download our Gender Pay Gap Report