FSI’s goal is that ‘Ireland is the pre-eminent global location for diversity and culture.’
FSI will work to promote:
- Ireland as a world leader in establishing gender balance in the financial services sector.
- Activities within Ireland for Finance that support diversity and a positive culture across the sector.
- A diverse workforce and culture where talent can flourish in a vibrant financial services ecosystem.
- Leading public and private sector initiatives promoting diversity and positive culture.
How to get involved / Forums
Supported by the Government of Ireland, Ireland’s Women in Finance Charter underpins the financial services industry’s ambition to see increased participation of women at all levels, including junior, middle and senior management, leadership and board roles within financial services organisations based in Ireland.
The Charter, guidance note and templates were developed by industry to assist firms foster and harness the talent and experience of all women in financial services, which is crucial in developing a strong pipeline of talent. This will lead to greater diversity of thought, experience, and leadership styles in decision-making processes, for the economic benefit of the business and the wider community as a whole. The Charter was officially launched on the 27 April by Minister Sean Fleming with over 40 early signatories. For more information on the Charter and how a firm can sign up, please click here or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Diversity Forum offers HR practitioners who specialise in the areas of diversity and inclusion an opportunity to network, share practice and monitor policy as it relates to diversity and inclusion.
The group explores people management issues across all aspects of diversity and inclusion but of particular focus are gender equality and mental health. For more information, please contact Kara McGann (email@example.com).