A culture where all people and ideas thrive
We believe that a diverse, inclusive, and supportive workplace where everyone feels equally valued provides a more rewarding work environment for our colleagues. This starts at the top, with our most senior leaders having diversity and inclusion goals, individually as part of their annual performance goals, as well as for their teams. Our global focus on diversity has grown exponentially. We have strong foundations in place, embedded diversity and inclusion (D&I) goals across the business, and encourage connection and community through our many employee-led Business Resource Groups (BRGs).
You name it, we have a BRG to help support your interest and your desires.
I think that BRGs are really useful as part of the broader picture of building an inclusive community.
We are in it together. We want to support each other. We want to truly be part of something that's bigger than just our careers.
The inclusion of the LGBTQ+ community has been very enriching for us professionally, but I think it has also impacted a lot of lives.
The ethnicity network in EMEA is a reflection of the diverse set of clients that we have as well.
Every time I see people of all different ethnicities participating, it does my heart good to know that we can come together.
It shows that we are welcoming of all talent and looking to make the right adjustments to make sure people can thrive.
Ultimately, I think being a part of, IWN or being a part of any of the BRGs is the missing piece to having that full, complete, best career experience at Invesco.
Truly the best part of belonging to an Invesco BRG is that we work together, we share ideas, we co-host events, we promote each other's missions and bring awareness to help move the needle together.
Diversity is very apparent. There's multi-national cultures. There's open mindness to understand and relate to the different people and cultures.
Raising awareness, transforming people. That's what we do.
We believe in an environment in which we all feel we belong, and we respect each other’s identities, lives, health and well being. Our culture thrives when we can be our best selves, doing our best work — for our clients and each other.
There are four key components to our D&I strategy. These guiding principles allow us to coordinate efforts across the organization, and everywhere we operate.
Key statistics about our employees across the globe. All data is as of December 31, 2021.
Employees across 27 countries
We pride ourselves on being a global organization with a shared culture of inclusion.
We are continuing to focus on increasing female talent within the organization.
Female senior leaders
Focusing on representation at both entry and senior leader level ensures a robust pipeline without leaks.
United States Equal Employment Opportunity (US EEO) data
Race/Ethnicity statistics of Invesco employees in the United States
|American Indian/Alaska Native||.09%|
|Hispanic & Latino||7.2%|
|Two or more races||2.25%|
|Any other race||1.49%|
All data is as of December 31, 2021.
Business Resource Groups
Our Business Resource Groups (BRGs) encourage individuality and inclusivity, while providing the opportunity for employees to network and develop business skills.
Increasing diverse talent has been a key focus of Invesco’s diversity and inclusion initiatives.
Our external partnerships help us inform our diversity and inclusion strategy, engage with our communities, and track progress toward our goals.