Diversity & Inclusion is key to attracting the right talent and ensuring the right mix of people for future success. Our Employee Diversity & Inclusion (D&I) and Wellbeing strategies help create an environment where all employees feel valued, respected and fully engaged to contribute to our future success; regardless of gender, ethnicity, age, sexual orientation, religion or disability.

We value our employees highly and are committed to protecting them, by providing a safe, secure and healthy workplace.

  • 50/50 split between men and women
  • Four female CEOs
  • Equal pay for equivalent work practice
  • 52% women in first-line management and operational experts (up 4%)
  • Unconscious bias training for people managers 

Although we have a good gender balance across the company, in our IT Divisions, we still have a way to go. One of the reasons for the shortage of women in IT is that still too few women choose to study STEM subjects at school, resulting in a lack of female candidates in the recruitment pipeline. Read below how Euroclear is addressing this issue through our partnership with Greenlight for Girls .

Women at senior levels increased 2%

In the spotlight- Greenlight for girls

At Euroclear, we are committed to encouraging young women to join our IT divisions, where women are still in a minority. We are actively finding ways to encourage more women to apply for jobs in traditionally male areas.

Greenlight for Girls is an organisation that encourages young women to study STEM (Science, technology, engineering and maths) subjects and go on into careers in areas that have been traditionally dominated by men.

Some of our colleagues took part in an event hosted by the International school, in Brussels where Greenlight for Girls were demonstrating how much fun it can be to get involved in science, maths and technology!

It was an inspiring event – as much for our colleagues as for the students. We hope that these young women will feel encouraged to pursue their dreams and contribute to a more balanced workforce in future. 

Greenlight for girls