Our culture is defined by six core values: innovation, integrity, excellence, talent, entrepreneurship, and stewardship. Investing in equitable and inclusive practices is directly aligned with our guiding principles. We deliver results for our clients and communities by staying true to our guiding principles and remaining committed to fostering a diverse, inclusive, and performance-oriented culture.
We believe a diverse and inclusive workforce is important in developing innovative solutions to address increasingly complex challenges in evolving global markets. When multiple perspectives are valued and considered, we are poised for greater creativity, enhanced business strategies and development of products and services, and increased employee engagement and collaboration. Download D&I Overview (PDF)
Our diversity and inclusion (D&I) strategy is intrinsically linked with enhancing the performance of our businesses, and is deepened by the engagement of our senior leaders, managers, and professionals to integrate D&I in everything we do.
Our D&I strategy encompasses a variety of efforts, internally and externally, consisting of the following objectives:
Focus on awareness, accountability, and integration of diversity and inclusive practices throughout our Firm.
Maximize the full potential of our people by creating opportunities for professional and personal development.
Partner with our hiring managers and Human Resources teams to develop diversity recruiting and talent management strategies to identify, attract, develop, and retain top talent.
Continue our commitment to supporting returning men and women of the armed forces through our Guggenheim Invests in Veterans Everyday (GIVE) strategy.
Develop a sustainable, diverse vendor base and an inclusive vendor process that strengthens our supply chain, which in turn, improves quality, efficiency, and innovation.
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We define diversity in its broadest context. Our understanding of diversity is seen through several different dimensions:
race | gender | ethnicity | age | religion | creed | national origin | ancestry | disability status | sexual orientation | gender identity | veteran/military status | other protected class
occupation | educational level | family/lifestyle | socioeconomic background | geographic background | military experience | language
work style | leadership approach | conflict style | skill set
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