Diversity and inclusion

At Smith & Williamson we believe that diversity of talent and ideas are vital to creating a positive work environment and delivering excellent client service.

We are committed to attracting, developing and retaining a wide range of talented people regardless of gender, race, age, sexual orientation, disability, religion, beliefs or any other characteristic.

Women in Finance Charter

Women in Finance Charter As part of our diversity and inclusion commitment, Smith & Williamson is proud to be a signatory of HM Treasury’s Women in Finance Charter, which seeks to improve gender balance within the financial services sector.

 Signatories to the Charter pledge to support the progression of women into senior roles, set measurable targets and to report publicly on delivery against the targets each year.

In striving for greater gender balance across our business the firm has set a target to increase the percentage of women in senior management roles to 30% by 2022.

When we signed up to the Charter on 31 July 2017 we reported that 24.94% of senior management roles at Smith & Williamson were held by women. By 31 August 2018 this figure had increased to  26.96 % of senior management roles. Based on progress to date we believe that we are on track to meet our Charter target to increase the percentage of women in senior management roles to 30% by our deadline of 31 July 2022.


Current gender split 2017Senior management female versus male split

Source: Smith & Williamson Human Resources

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