LGBT Great launches industry inclusion tracker

iiBT will provide analysis of LGBT+ inclusion maturity across individual firms

Mike Sheen
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iiBT will help firms to “identify and amplify specific areas of success whilst providing sight of the areas that need improvement”
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iiBT will help firms to “identify and amplify specific areas of success whilst providing sight of the areas that need improvement”

The investment industry LGBT+ inclusivity organisation backed by Fidelity, T. Rowe Price, Legal & General Investment Management, St. James's Place and Northern Trust, has launched a tool analysing the industry's inclusion progress.

LGBT Great's Investment Industry Benchmark Tracker (iiBT) will provide analysis of LGBT+ inclusion maturity across individual firms, enabling them to measure, review and track progress. LGBT+ employees...

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