CSR/Diversity consultancy & other bespoke services
Many businesses use our vast experience of the City and the young people within London’s diverse population to help them set up and run their own social mobility focussed and diversity recruitment schemes.

We have developed a wide range of tailored programmes in partnership with many banks and corporates to meet their CSR, equality and diversity needs.

Some of these programmes and workshops provide mentoring to students from selected schools, while others provide insight and access to banks’ A-level entry recruitment programmes.

Amongst the businesses we have helped to provide opportunities to students from inner London schools are:

• Allen & Overy
• Commerzbank
• EY
• Herbert Smith Freehills
• Rabobank
• RBC Capital Markets
• RBS
• State Street
• The Bank of England

Legal sector’s PRIME commitment:

As well as Allen & Overy and RBS’s law department, we have advised a number of other firms on their response to the Legal professions’ PRIME initiative – a commitment from the legal sector to provide fair access to quality work experience in law for school-age students who have the least opportunity to access it otherwise.
Read more about the PRIME Commitment here

Other bespoke social mobility activities

We have also run programmes or specific sessions for non-financial organisations including:

• Cass Business School
• City University
• Enfield Summer University
• Futureversity
• The University of the South Bank
• The Worshipful Company of International Bankers

Our help can vary from consultation on setting up a programme, to running sessions within a programme already formulated to a full package of formulation and delivery.

Contact: For more information about these programmes, please contact Rosa ([email protected]) or Vanessa ([email protected]) on 020 7628 9904.

 

 

 

 

Recruitment services

44 businesses and institutions used our recruitment services last year

BAME backgrounds

91% of candidates joining us last year were from BAME backgrounds

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