Diversity and inclusion

Diversity data and pay gaps

Our reporting and monitoring shows our commitment to creating a diverse and inclusive workplace.

By capturing and tracking data on diversity and inclusion, we can be confident that we are focusing on and addressing the right issues.


Thanks to our employees sharing their data with us, we can report that as of December 2023, representation within our organisation looks like this: 

Ageas UK People Gender Women in senior management Ethnicity Sexual Orientation Disability Colleague Resource Groups

 

December 2023

 

2,007

 

57% women, 43% men

 

39%

 

8% ethnic minorities
(3% unknown)

 

4% lesbian, gay or bisexual (13% unknown)

 

10% (24% unknown)

4

 

When we signed up to the UK Government’s Women in Finance Charter in May 2017, our senior management population was 20% women. Thanks to our ongoing focus on the attraction, development and progression of women across our UK business, there has been a extremely positive shift in the number of women now represented in senior management positions. In December 2022 we hit our target of 40% women in senior management – one year early. We will continue to work to maintain and increase this number.   

Pay Gap Report 2023

Our 2023 Pay Gap Report covers a broader spectrum of analysis and includes ethnicity, disability, sexual orientation data, as well as gender pay gap information. It also outlines the action we’re taking and ambitious targets we’ve set to drive progress within our organisation.  View report

Image of Ageas' pay gap report 2023

Thinking of joining us?

Make your next career move with Ageas.

Recent Pay Reports

Pay Gap Report 2022

View report

Pay Gap Report 2021

View report

Gender Pay Gap Report 2020

View Report

Gender Pay Gap Report 2019

View Report

Gender Pay Gap Report 2018

View Report

Gender Pay Gap Report 2017

View Report