At IAG we are proud of the diversity of the workforce within our Group companies - with colleagues from around the world, working across more than 77 countries, speaking dozens of languages, with diverse perspectives, experiences and backgrounds.

Creating a diverse and inclusive culture

Our aim

Everyone feels their unique difference is recognised and valued

  • To meet our target of 40% women in senior leadership positions by 2025
  • To meet our ethnic diversity ambition of 10% for the Group’s UK senior leadership population by the end of 2027​
  • Innovation, learning and open mindedness are encouraged within the Group
  • Colleagues can be their true selves and feel a sense of belonging
  • We encourage and support everyone to realise their full potential
  • We use data to inform, shape and update our policies and ensure we treat colleagues fairly and consistently
  • All colleagues understand the part they play in building an inclusive organisation

Our progress

In creating a diverse and inclusive business

  • At the end of 2023, we have seen the percentage of women in senior roles increase to 36% from 34% in 2022
  • For the first time we partnered with an independent UK-based talent and diversity consultancy, Green Park, to gain a deeper understanding of the composition and diversity of our senior leaders. 6% of our senior leaders based in the UK self-disclosed as ethnically diverse.​
  • We have Diversity Panels that share best practice across the Group
  • We support our colleagues with disability and accessibility needs 
  • We invest in employee networks across the Group