Starling has always been committed to being an inclusive workplace, one that strongly believes that what you know is more important than gender, race, religion or anything else. That’s why in 2017 we signed the Women in Finance Charter.
As a digital bank, we operate at the axis of two traditionally male-dominated professions, banking and technology. As a new company, starting from scratch, we have an opportunity to become the blueprint for gender equality in the fintech world. As part of this, we are determined to advance and celebrate the successes of women at Starling, and in fintech more widely.
What is the Women in Finance Charter?
The charter is a voluntary commitment by HM Treasury and signatory firms to work together to make finance a more gender balanced industry. As a signatory, Starling is committed to supporting the progression of women into senior roles and to reporting on our progress.