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Nutmeg CEO makes LGBT+ executives list




By Daniel Lanyon on 31st October 2017


Professional LGBT+ membership organisation OUTstanding has released its annual Executives List.

 

Martin Stead has been named in OUTStanding’s 2017 LGBT+ Executives List, in recognition of advocacy of workplace equality and diversity.

 

Now in its fifth year, professional LGBT+ membership organisation OUTstanding, in partnership with the Financial Times, identifies the top 100 LGBT+ Executives helping to make the workplace a more welcoming place.

 

Stead, who joined Nutmeg 2015 as cheif revenue officer being promoted to CEO in 2016, instigated the firm’s partnership with Stonewall UK and has championed an active LGBT+ community within the firm, Nutmeg said in a statement.

 

In addition, itsaid, he is leading broader diversity efforts including signing Nutmeg up to the Women in Finance Charter, and sitting on the Advisory Board for CMI Women. Martin also mentors as a volunteer for Diversity Role Models, a charity working to tackle homophobia in schools.

 

Martin Stead, CEO, Nutmeg, said: “I am humbled to have been recognised as an OUTstanding LGBT+ Leading Executive. There remains much to do to create an accepting and equal society where everyone can thrive. I am proud to lead a company where all of our people can bring their full selves to work and be part of a workplace family. Nutmeg is growing rapidly and we want the most talented people to join us, no matter what their background, age, ethnicity, gender, physical ability or, indeed, their sexuality.”

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