Diversity & Inclusion
at Ageas

Great people everywhere 

You can be yourself here

At Ageas everyone is made to feel welcome and included. Being able to bring your authentic self to work is just part of who we are. Our diversity and inclusion strategy is focused on attracting and retaining brilliant people so that we can continue to be a business where talent, creativity and innovation thrive. This enables us to deliver great solutions for our customers, whose diversity we want to reflect.

Our approach to diversity and inclusion is to include everyone in this work. Our CEO chairs our ‘Momentum’ group, which is made up of senior representatives from each department. These leaders are accountable for the D&I action plan within their department, and are supported by colleagues within their respective areas. Momentum determines our UK D&I targets and the activities that will deliver them. 

We have four employee networks, covering gender equality, ethnicity, disability and LGBTQ+ inclusion. These groups are made up of over 400 employees, who lead, support or educate themselves about a particular area of inclusion. The chairs of these employee networks also sit on Momentum. 

Flexible and family friendly 

We are one of the first insurance companies to offer all our vacancies on a part-time, job-share or other flexible basis. We know that the best person for the job isn’t always available 9am-5pm, five days a week and we embrace that with our flexible working approach. 

Supporting our colleagues at key points in their lives is a priority for us. You can read more about our family friendly policies here.

Our Board's commitment

A culture which is inclusive and supports diversity is essential to the long-term success of our business and better enables us to respond to all our customer and wider stakeholder needs. 
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Diversity data and pay gaps

By capturing and tracking data on diversity and inclusion, we can be confident that we are focusing on and addressing the right issues.  

Our Partnerships

We collaborate with a variety of organisations to help increase diversity and inclusion at Ageas.

Women in finance charter

We are a signatory of the Women in Finance Charter, working with HM Treasury to build a more balanced and fair industry. 

Disability Confident Leader

We are proud to be a 'Disability Confident Leader’ demonstrating our commitment to championing disability employment issues and supporting our disabled colleagues at work.


iCAN supports multicultural inclusion and progression, celebrating the benefits of diversity and inclusion across the insurance sector. 

Rest Less

We work closely with Rest Less, digital community for the over 50s. 

Bourne Free

We proudly sponsor of the Bourne Free Pride Weekend in Bournemouth. 

Race at work charter

As a signatory for the Race at Work Charter, we ensure our approach to ethnicity in the workplace is fully inclusive. 

Armed Forces Covenant

We have signed the Armed Forces Covenant to demonstrate our commitment to treat veterans fairly, as both customers and as employees. 

Power of the parent

Proudly working with Power of the Parent, who help us best support parents in the workplace.

Men for inclusion

We are delighted to be working with Men for Inclusion, supporting the work our Men for Inclusion Allies in the workplace are delivering, to increase the number of men involved in our D&I activity. 

Career Returners

Working proudly in partnership with the Career Returners, we support professional women back into the workplace who have had 18+ months away by offering a number of six-month placements.

10,000 Black Interns Programme

Working in partnership with the 10,000 Black Interns programme, we are delighted to be championing underrepresented talent by offering paid internships.

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