We believe that cultivating a diverse and inclusive corporate culture is central to delivering superior service to clients and maintaining our competitiveness in the industry. Our approach serves to attract, develop, and advance the most talented individuals regardless of their race, gender, sexual orientation, age, disability, nationality, geographic origin, religion, culture, or any other dimension of diversity. Our belief is that each person brings unique strengths to PineBridge and each person shares responsibility for helping to ensure an inclusive and welcoming culture of equity.
From the pandemic to social inequities to climate emergencies, new challenges have brought greater urgency to the need for change.
Our inaugural Corporate Responsibility Report outlines our key initiatives in 2021, which focused on deepening our involvement beyond the allocation of capital. This effort involved raising the bar for the changes we want to see in the companies in which we invest, working with the global investment industry to meet universal climate and social goals, and improving our internal resiliency by investing further in our people.
43% of PineBridge employees were the first person in their family to attend college/university
46% of our global workforce are women
34% of PineBridge women hold senior leadership roles, nearly twice the average for the global finance industry
25 offices worldwide, which reflects our global footprint and ethnic diversity
54% of employees speak more than one language
Source: PineBridge. Results from 2021 voluntary survey of employees, includes 584 respondents representing 81.9% of total employees as of September 23, 2021.
PineBridge’s growing network of employee resources groups enable employees to share experiences, access training, show support for important causes and organize events
Champion the movement for female empowerment, equality for all, and inclusiveness
Attract and retain PineBridge’s next generation of leaders and early in career professionals
Enhance a culture of visibility and inclusivity across the spectrum of LGBTQ+ identities in the workplace
Ensure equal and meaningful advancement and opportunity for Black employees and promote cultural awareness across the firm
We partner with leading organizations to offer internships opportunities for a diverse range of future workforce participants.
The Opportunity Network seeks to ensure that young people from historically underrepresented backgrounds have equal access to educational and professional opportunities.
Futures & Options helps underserved young people in the city to gain access to economic opportunities via work-readiness training and access to internships.
NJ LEEP (Law and Education Empowerment Project) is a college access and success program serving students and families in the greater Newark area. Their College Bound Program empowers middle and high school students with both the academic and social-emotional skills necessary to succeed in college and beyond.
Girls Are INvestors is an organization dedicated to improving gender diversity in the asset management industry.
The Hong Kong Government Subsidized Summer Internship Program (“SIP”) is an intercity initiative to provide undergraduate students exposure to career opportunities in the finance industry.
We offer competitive compensation and a wide range of benefits, enhanced parental and family leave, and flexible work arrangements, and we ensure that employees have the support they need for the work they do. Through training and development opportunities, employees have the chance to advance their careers within the organization. And we engage our employees through community involvement, extracurricular sports teams, regular speaker and wellness events, and social activities. The average tenure of officer-level employees is approximately 10 years with the firm as of 31 March 2021.1
1Reflects senior vice president and managing director level employees.