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Landbay Signs Women In Finance Charter

Landbay has signed HM Treasury’s Women in Finance Charter in an effort to promote a balanced and fair workplace within the financial services industry.

HM Treasury set up the Charter to see “gender balance at all levels across financial services firms” and while the Charter has predominantly reached larger firms with thousands of employees, at Landbay we felt it was important to commit to gender equality within our business at this relatively early stage of growth. We recognise the benefits to internal workplace culture and to sustainable growth of our company that come with a fair, open and honest approach to recruitment and HR in general.

What does the Women in Finance Charter entail?

The Women in Finance Charter is a pledge for gender balance across financial services undertaken by financial services firms who believe in equal opportunities for all employees.

The Charter

Commits firms to supporting the progression of women into senior roles in the financial services sector by focusing on the executive pipeline and the mid-tier level;

Recognises the diversity of the sector and that firms will have different starting points – each firm should therefore set its own targets and implement the right strategy for their organisation; and

Requires firms to publicly report on progress to deliver against these internal targets to support the transparency and accountability needed to drive change.

Landbay’s Targets:

We commit to the following targets by the end of 2017:

• There will be a minimum of one female representative on every interview panel throughout 2016-7
• For any additions to executive management or board of directors, at least one woman must be shortlisted
• We will put in place a formal maternity & paternity leave plan.

Given the early stages in our executive and wider team growth, we have set targets proportionate to our size and stage of development and focussed on measures to ensure a gender balance at senior levels going forward.

For more information on the HM Treasury Women in Finance please see: https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/519620/women_in_finance_charter.pdf

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