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Corporate social responsibility


Diversity, equality and inclusion

In our fight for our customers’ financial independence, we open the door to high performance by attracting, recruiting, developing and retaining the very best people at all levels. We do this by embracing people with a wide range of unique experiences and abilities and building a culture of inclusion and equality.

Our approach is based on three key principles: 

  • Equality – we promote equality of opportunity by seeking to remove barriers, eliminating discrimination and ensuring equal opportunity and access for all groups of people.
  • Diversity – we accept each person as an individual. Our success is built on our ability to embrace diversity and respect others’ beliefs and preferences.
  • Inclusion – we create a working culture where differences are not merely accepted but valued. We want people to feel involved, respected and connected to our success. 

Personal Finance Teacher of the Year Awards

We are delighted to sponsor the Moneywise Personal Finance Teacher of the Year Awards. The event celebrates the best of personal finance education in Britain, rewarding hard-working teachers at primary and secondary schools who make the difference and go the extra mile for their students with cash prizes for their schools.

Sian Bentley, deputy principal at Queensmead Primary Academy, Leicester, was crowned the 2019 winner in the Primary schools’ category, taking home a £5,000 cash prize for her school.

Check back here for details of the 2020 awards.


We are proud to support:

Wood St Mission

Helping children and families affected by poverty across Manchester and Salford.

Children’s Heart Surgery

A Leeds-based charity supporting children and adults born with congenital heart disease.


Financial and enterprise education for kids and young people (aged seven to 25) in London.

Women in Finance Charter

We are proud to champion gender diversity in the workplace. This aligns with the Government’s Women in Finance Charter and we are excited to be part of this initiative.

Our commitment

We pledge that at least 40% of our senior manager roles will be held by women by December 2020.

We are already very close. Women currently make up 38% of ii leadership positions and we will continue to work on open opportunity while ensuring merit ultimately wins.

Details of our progress against our pledge will be published annually.