Global diversity data

We’re building a more accurate and transparent view of our diversity profile so we can effectively target our actions and measure our progress.

Although we are making progress, it’s clear we have more work to do. While we have a broadly even split of men and women at HSBC, we have more men than women in senior roles, and more than two-thirds of all women who work at the bank are employed in junior roles.

We are building a deeper understanding of representation across the organisation by asking colleagues to share their ethnicity, disability, gender identity and sexual orientation data where legally and culturally acceptable to do so.

Gender and ethnicity data by market

Find out our regional diversity data across eight markets, which cover 72 per cent of our workforce.

Our commitments and actions

We’re taking action to ensure HSBC is an inclusive workplace where everyone can develop and progress.

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