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The BAME committee aims to give employees who belong to the Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic community a voice within FinTrU. The BAME committee strives to ensure that individuals from the BAME community feel welcome and empowered within FinTrU. The committee will provide an open forum for employees to engage in discussions on race and the prejudices that the BAME community face on a daily basis. The committee will Educate, Address and Act.

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EDUCATE

  • PROVIDING LUNCH & LEARNS

  • SOURCING & MAINTAINING A COLLATERAL OF RESOURCES RELATED TO DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION

ADDRESS

  • A COMMITTED TEAM OF MEMBERS TO ADDRESS RACIAL /​ ETHNICITY / CULTURAL ISSUES IN THE WORKPLACE

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ACT

  • DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION COMPANY POLICY

  • DIGNITY AT WORK

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Media Enquiries: 

Belfast:

Careers Enquiries: 

North West:

Belfast Headquarters: FinTrU House, 1 Cromac Avenue, Belfast, BT7 2JA

Belfast Office: FinTrU, 1A Pakenham Street, Belfast, BT7 1AB

North West Headquarters: FinTrU, Carlisle House, 3 Horace Street, Derry/Londonderry, BT48 6JS

 

North West Office: FinTrU, City Factory, 100 Patrick Street, Derry/Londonderry, BT48 7EL

London Office: FinTrU, Warnford Court, 29 Throgmorton Street, London, EC2N 2AT 

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FinTrU operates in the UK as FinTrU Limited; Registered in England: no 08815659; registered office: Warnford Court, 29 Throgmorton Street, London EC2N 2AT

FinTrU has used ISO 26000 as a framework to implement social responsibility into its values and practices.

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