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The Diversity Project

In early 2016, a group of leaders in the investment and savings profession decided to take action to accelerate progress towards an inclusive culture within our industry. We recognise that future success – for our clients, members, employers and shareholders – requires an inclusive culture.

We’re now roughly half-way through our initial (self-imposed) five year plan to achieve a real impact on the diversity within the UK savings and investment industry; it is wonderful to see the energy, enthusiasm and commitment to change – right across the industry and from both senior leadership and newer entrants. Very many thanks to everyone involved...

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