Participating banks

Barclays aims to be an employer of choice for talent. We are committed to providing the support that you may need to be successful at Barclays – be it equipment, flexible working, line manager support and vibrant colleague disability network, Reach.

To find out more about Barclays’ approach to disability and recruitment, visit their profile here

I am very lucky in that my current line manager (the Global Head of Diversity and Inclusion for Barclays) knows a lot about the characteristics of Asperger’s Syndrome and so is able to manage my disability really well without me having to manage it.

Paolo Zeppetelli is a Business Diversity Analyst Read his case study

J.P. Morgan looks at the whole employee when they join the firm. We look first at what the individual can contribute to both our firm and clients.

The firm makes it clear that we want people for their intellectual capacity and talent and we will do everything we can to accommodate them in a reasonable manner.

To find out more about J.P.Morgan’s approach to disability and recruitment, visit their profile here

During my career with J.P. Morgan I have realized that it is only by being open that we step fully into who we are, and we inspire others to do the same. During the interview process the company will offer any assistance needed and will ask you far in advance what kind of support you would need to feel comfortable at every stage of the interview.

Andrey is an EMEA Fixed Income Sales Assistant and Client Service Senior Associate and he has a hearing impairment Read his case study

There is no typical person at Morgan Stanley. Our people come from a wide variety of backgrounds and interests but they are all high achievers who share integrity, intellectual curiosity and the desire to work in a collegial environment. Individuality is prized and people are encouraged to be themselves.

To find out more about Morgan Stanley’s approach to disability and recruitment, visit their profile here

Morgan Stanley has a really positive approach to disabled people and recognises the diverse, and sometimes unique, skillset we can bring to the firm.

Matthew Hands is a Technology Associate Read his case study

Diversity and inclusion are not just feel-good corporate buzz words at UBS. Our global workforce is already diverse in many ways, and we consider this a competitive strength. At the same time, we want to further increase our diversity and ensure an inclusive workplace, because both are key to achieving our goals.

To find out more about UBS’ approach to disability and recruitment, visit their profile here

At UBS, disability is no barrier to ability, performance and success, regardless of any type of incapacity if either visual or hidden.

Larry Hughes is the Executive Director and Head of Corporate Services and he has chronic heart disease Read his case study

At Goldman Sachs, your skills and experiences will create a world of possibilities for our clients. From the latest IPO and market insights to investments in clean energy and infrastructure, each one of our teams contributes to innovations that drive progress around the world.

To find out more, visit their profile here

HSBC is one of the world’s leading international banks. Whether you are looking for a first job or taking the next step in your career, we offer many ways for you to realise your ambitions. Come and work with us and you’ll have opportunities to make connections all over the world and help build the bank for the future.

To find out more about HSBC’s approach to disability and recruitment, visit their profile here