We invest in DE&I with the same boldness and rigor we use when investing on behalf of our clients. We're committed to meeting our 2025 DE&I goals and are proud that we've made strides in achieving them.
We know we still have work to do to keep striving for more diverse representation in leadership and throughout our organization. Beyond diversity, we also know it's only with a more inclusive team that we will be able to accomplish our mission: improving people's lives through successful investing.
Numbers can’t tell the whole story, but a closer look provides an at-a-glance snapshot of where we are and where we still need to go. These benchmarks will help guide us as we build a path forward.
We're committed to championing greater access to financial services and representation in our industry and our suppliers. We empower associates to support nonprofits of their choice, including those advancing equity and social justice in their communities and beyond.
From the beginning, Capital Group has been a company that's not afraid to be different and set ambitious goals. Founded during the Great Depression, we chose to set up on the West Coast rather than in the financial epicenter of Wall Street.
Today, we’re bringing this same ambition to DE&I and are learning along the way. We’re challenging norms. We’re setting higher benchmarks. And we’re pushing for a more inclusive workforce.
To make a difference, we are not afraid to do things differently.
We're proud that our Capital Communities represent diverse identities and interests. More than 70% of our global associates participate in at least one Community. These include race/ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation, faith, mental health and many more.
As a global leader, we recognize that the world around us is changing, so we’re changing the way we invest — both in funds and in our people. When we create an environment of integrity, respect and true collaboration, our people can carry these principles from the company to their community.