Blog: Learning Disability Week 2024 – “Do you see me?”

Today marks the start of Learning Disability Week 2024 ad this year’s theme is “Do you see me?”. Learning disability is defined as a significantly reduced ability to understand new or complex information, to learn new skills (impaired intelligence), with a reduced...

Menopause: A husband’s perspective

Dear me (of about five years ago), I had intended to write to you to warn you of the coming storm in your relationship. I wanted to jolt you into action, to give you some insight into the path you are on and how best to tread it. But instead, I think I’ll start with...

Blog: Potential over polish and the great mispricing of talent

Potential over polish and the great mispricing of talent Talent is being completely mispriced. And despite a supposed ‘war for talent’, high-potential candidates and employees routinely get overlooked. James Whiteman and David Aujla,the Diversity Project’s Social...

A father’s story

Michael Blighe from our Disability workstream shares a story about being a parent of a child with additional needs and what this has meant for him and his family. Michael has 3 children – two boys (8, 6) and a girl (4). Like many families, his home is busy and typical...
#talkaboutblack Overview

#talkaboutblack Overview

The UK is the world’s second largest savings market after the United States totalling £7.7trn. The industry employs 100,000 individuals with 75% of UK household utilising the services of an asset manager in one form or another. There has been a drive to increase...