We’re taking action to ensure HSBC is an inclusive workplace where everyone has the opportunity to develop and progress. Different ideas and perspectives help us innovate, manage risk and grow the business in a sustainable way.
Target for women in senior leadership by 2025
Target for the number of Black employees in senior leadership by 2025
AT LEAST DOUBLE
We are committed to increasing female representation in senior leadership. Leaders at HSBC have clear gender diversity targets to drive progress.
The combined female share of our Group Executive Committee and their direct reports is 30.5%, up from 27% for 2019. As part of the 30% Club CEO campaign, in 2018 we set ourselves a target to achieve 30% women in senior leadership by 2020, and we achieved 30.3%. We have extended our aspirational target for women in senior leadership to achieve 35% by 2025.
At the Group level, the share of women on HSBC’s board is 35.7%, above the Hampton-Alexander Review target of 33%.
In 2020 we made a series of commitments to support more Black and ethnic minority colleagues to succeed at HSBC.
We aim to at least double the number of Black employees in senior leadership by 2025, provide targeted development planning for those colleagues, and ensure Black employees are participating in accelerated development and leadership programmes. We are taking action to improve representation of Black and ethnic minority people across the recruitment lifecycle and ensuring our hiring process is fair, transparent and inclusive.
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