Pay Gap Reporting

The gender pay gap reporting requirements came into effect on 6 April 2017 as an amendment to the Equality Act 2010, requiring employers of over 250 employees to publish prescribed statistics relating to UK employee pay, for publication before 5 April 2018 (and annually thereafter). Gender pay gap reporting is part of the UK Government’s strategy to make greater advances in addressing the disparity of earnings between men and women over their careers.
As signatories to the Race at Work Charter, one of the five actions Investec committed to was to capture ethnicity data and publicise progress. While ethnicity pay gap reporting is not mandatory, we have, for the first time, included our ethnicity pay gap results within our diversity report alongside our gender pay gap results, following the same methodology.

Pay Gap reports

Pay Gap report 2021

Investec Bank plc Pay Gap report 2021
Investec Wealth & Investment Pay Gap report 2021

Gender Pay Gap report 2020

Investec Bank plc Gender Pay Gap report 2020
Investec Wealth & Investment Gender Pay Gap report 2020

Gender Pay Gap report 2019

Investec Bank plc Gender Pay Gap report 2019
Investec Wealth & Investment Gender Pay Gap report 2019

Gender Pay Gap report 2018

Investec Bank plc Gender Pay Gap report 2018
Investec Wealth & Investment Gender Pay Gap report 2018

Gender Pay Gap report 2017

Investec Bank plc Gender Pay Gap report 2017
Investec Wealth & Investment Gender Pay Gap report 2017
Our approach to belonging, inclusion and diversity

Embedded in our culture is a sense of belonging and inclusion. This creates an environment in which everyone is free to express themselves and helps drive innovation and creativity.

This is more than a 'nice-to-have', it's a business priority. We are committed to driving inclusive practices through a range of initiatives and learning opportunities.