The seven global employee networks focus on disability, gender, ethnicity, faith, age, working families and sexual orientation.
Every global network has two or more sponsors who help them plan their activities. This also ensures that each network’s ideas and suggestions are heard by senior leaders in the bank.
Diversity and inclusion networks have been part of HSBC for more than 40 years. The first meeting of ‘Christians in HSBC’ took place in London in 1975. The group, today part of the global Faith network, has members in 15 countries.