Building a more inclusive bank

We are proud to be building an inclusive bank which is a great place for all colleagues to work.

Our inclusion guidelines and plans apply to all our colleagues globally – ensuring that everyone feels included and valued, regardless of their background.

Our Inclusion plans apply globally and are formed around 5 key priorities:

Inclusive Culture

Our goal is to create a sustainable, inclusive culture.

As our inclusion agenda matures, we are moving towards an increasingly integrated approach, e.g. positive action on development for women and BAME colleagues and resourcing and organisation design principles that pull through greater diversity.

Inclusion continues to score highly in our colleague opinion survey, with colleagues scoring NatWest Group 91pts for Inclusion (10 points above the Global Financial Services Norm).

We have a range of integrated propositions in place across our agendas, e.g. our ComeBack programme for returning female talent to the workforce, where we have a 90%+ conversion rate to permanent roles, which we are we are extending to also focus on BAME.

Externally, we are a Top Ten Employer for Working Families, Exemplary Level in the Scottish Carer Positive Campaign, and a signatory of the European Human Rights Commission’s Working Forward campaign.

Our Families & Carers Network has c.1,500 members, the Armed Forces Network has c.400 members and NatWest Group Aspire has c.2,900 members.

(*) Limited assurance provided by Ernst & Young LLP.

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