TowerBrook is committed to supporting a diverse and inclusive workforce that embodies integrity, teamwork and respect for others and encourages new ideas and perspectives.
We believe that diverse and inclusive teams make better decisions, and diverse teams build better businesses. TowerBrook’s support for diversity and equal opportunity is integral to our culture and at the core of our identity as a firm. Our commitment is reflected in our Responsible Ownership Statement and our Purpose and Mission Statements.
We have formed a Diversity Committee comprised of senior professionals from across the firm to lead the development and assessment of our diversity and inclusion initiatives. We seek to recruit top talent from a diverse pool of candidates, and ensure that we are supporting, mentoring, developing and retaining highly talented people over the long term.
We include diversity and inclusion considerations as part of our investment process and seek to build diverse Boards and management teams in the companies we control. We have implemented anti-harassment policies, equal opportunity employment policies, and complaints procedures, and we encourage our portfolio companies to do the same.
As a firm, we are also committed to fostering a work environment and career progression path that is supportive to primary and secondary caregivers, as reflected in our parental leave policy.
We continue to develop metrics to help us track the progress of our firm and our portfolio companies in promoting a diverse and inclusive working environment. We keep our diversity programme, and our evaluation of its effectiveness, under constant review.
Please click here to view our report ‘Diversity and inclusion at TowerBrook’.
Equal Employment Opportunity Policy
TowerBrook is an equal employment opportunity employer. We do not discriminate based upon race, religion, colour, national origin, gender (including pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions), sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, status as a protected veteran, status as an individual with a disability, or other applicable legally protected characteristics.