To recognise an employee network that has played a proactive role in promoting LGBT+ inclusion and demonstrating strong engagement with, and commitment to, local Hong Kong LGBT+ employees.
Eligibility: An LGBT+ employee network based in Hong Kong
HSBC Pride HK
Pride HK is a volunteer-led Employee Resource Group that seeks to ensure that lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender employees and their allies can perform to the best of their abilities fulfilling HSBC's strategic goals in an open, inclusive and supportive environment. It’s mission is to promote policies, and practices that facilitate employee engagement and acceptance at workplace. PRIDE HK supports grassroots efforts to build stronger communities, therefore enhancing the HSBC brand. The Global Pride Sponsor is Charlie Nunn, GMD & Chief Executive, Global Head of Wealth and Personal Banking. The sponsor of PrideHK is Kevin Martin, Group General Manager, Chief Operating Officer and Head of Digital Transformation for WPB.
J.P. Morgan PRIDE Hong Kong
PRIDE Hong Kong is part of the J.P. Morgan's Business Resource Groups (BRGs), representing the firm's Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, + and Ally employees. As a resource group, PRIDE provides members with information, awareness and networking opportunities - to enhance their career development. PRIDE also actively reviews the policies, processes, procedures and strategy of the firm via it's various chapters globally, to ensure the firm is fully inclusive to LGBT+A employees.
Nomura LGBT+ Network AEJ
Nomura International (Hong Kong) Limited
Nomura LGBT+ Network AEJ is one of three employee networks at Nomura and is a key lynchpin of Nomura's Diversity & Inclusion platform. All employees, regardless of sexual orientation and gender identity or expression, are welcome to join the network. It aims to drive personal and professional growth for employees by building Nomura’s culture and raising awareness of LGBT+ issues to develop world-class diverse and inclusive teams.
The network connects members through internal and external events, assists in the recruitment, development and retention of employees to ensure related initiatives are fair, balanced and appropriate to a diverse audience. It also drives policy review and development to ensure best practice in the LGBT+ space.
Pride at Work
Pride at Work aims to create a safe and inclusive workplace, remaining aligned with Thomson Reuters business objectives, those of our customers and external partners and the wider community of LGBTQ+ individuals as well as friends and allies. Pride at Work is host to projects such as On Side with Pride, through which allies can declare their support for their LGBTQ+ coworkers and offer encouragement to those working in regions where living with different sexual orientations or gender identities is dangerous or illegal. The Pride at Work group also sponsors and gets involved with events all around the world.