Capco is committed to driving business growth by harnessing the talents of our people, enabling them to be themselves at work and fostering an inclusive culture of shared values – respect, integrity, excellence, commitment and knowledge. Capco is committed to promoting these values in the way we work with clients and each other, so that everyone at Capco can achieve their potential and contribute to a successful business.
This Statement sets out the measures that Capco has taken and continues to take to ensure that modern slavery and/or human trafficking does not take place within our business, our clients or our supply chain. It also affirms our commitment to supporting and respecting internationally proclaimed human rights across the organisation.
As part of our pledge to further enhance gender parity within our firm and support a step-change in diversity and gender balance across the UK financial services industry, Capco is a signatory to HM Treasury’s Women in Finance Charter.
L’égalité professionnelle entre les femmes et les hommes est un enjeux primordial pour Capco qui porte une attention particulière à ce que l’évolution des carrières, les salaires et les promotions soient équitables.
Nos actions en matière d’équité professionnelle ont également pour but d’augmenter la représentation des femmes à tous les niveaux, et en particulier au sein des postes de direction.
L’indice de Capco France est de 88/100 en 2020.
UK GENDER PAY GAP REPORT 2019
Under new legislation, UK employers with more than 250 employees are required to publish their gender pay gap by 4 April 2019.
Capco’s Supplier Code of Conduct outlines our minimum expectations of our third-party suppliers in relation to key environmental, social and governance considerations. Like Capco, we expect our suppliers to comply with relevant legislation in these areas and to adopt progressive policies in relation to clients, staff, suppliers, and the broader community they serve.