Our People

We provide an open, supportive, inclusive environment that ensures everyone can be their authentic selves. We value and celebrate diversity and continually seek to improve diversity across the organisation. Our culture prioritises wellbeing for our people, to better support our clients and investors.

Our people are the heart and soul of our responsible business practices

We are proud to have the following inclusion groups, created by our people for our people, bringing together those with shared interests to connect, learn and share.

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Sikh network
Menopause inclusion group

Amplify (LGBTQ+) - a professional network for the LGBTQ+ community

Parents – supporting parents and those who have experienced baby loss.

Embrace - helping support people with a variety of disabilities in a work environment

Menopause - our network seeks to connect, educate and share experiences to ensure that our people and our business are best placed to adapt to these changes that affect many of us and our colleagues.

Muslim - this networks aims to celebrate Muslim culture and events

Sikh Network - educating, uniting and sharing Sikh values

Thrive - a supportive and inclusive environment for individuals from underrepresented cultural and ethnic backgrounds

They are supported and co-ordinated by More in Common, our inclusion network that drives diversity and inclusion engagement across the organisation.

Here’s some of what we’ve achieved to date

Senior leaders have been appointed accountable for gender diversity (Justine Ball), race (Amal Kaur) and wellbeing (Louise Ingram).

We are supporting the 10K Black Interns programme - 17 interns have gained experience with the firm so far.

We share a range of wellbeing initiatives with our people, including financial, physical, social and mental.

We have mental health first aiders responsible or based within every hub.

And there's more planned...

We will gain an understanding of our racial inclusion barriers and develop an action plan to address areas of need.

We will have an mental health first aider in every hub

We will conduct a review of the reasonable adjustments we provide to those with disabilities, and ensure we are aligned to our Disability Committed Employer Pledge.

We will continue to make progress in our racial and gender representation across the Ampa group and in our membership.

Well Being
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The Ampa Games

One of our popular group wide physical wellbeing activities

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Muslim Network

Our 2023 Impact Report

Ampa has published its first impact report, recording the wider group’s achievements and progress to date, since the relaunch of its responsible business programme last year. Making more than 30 pledges to its people, planet and local communities, the group has seen significant improvements in its commitment to increasing diversity at a senior level, reducing its carbon footprint and offering career development opportunities to under-represented groups.

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