Interbank LGBT+ Forum

LGBT+ Financial and Professional Services Forum

The Interbank Lesbian, Gay, Bi-sexual and Transgender (LGBT+) Forum was formed in 2002 and is a network of LGBT Networks from Financial Services Firms.

Interbank aims to:

  1. Create an open and inclusive forum for LGBT+ employees from Financial Services Firms in which to meet and discuss issues impacting LGBT+ employees in their day-to-day work environment.
  2. Enable the sharing of best practices between the LGBT+ employee network groups of Financial Services Firms
  3. Provide a forum for developing an appropriate collective response to LGBT+ issues that benefit Financial Services Firms and reflects positively on the Financial Services industry’s commitment to the LGBT+ community
  4. Promote and encourage networking opportunities for LGBT+ Employees of Financial Services Firms

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Our latest tweets:

Have you seen our snaps from last month’s networking event. See you tonight at the Sipping Room - https://t.co/FnlPsHDlZs
17 May 1990 the WHO removed homosexuality from the Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems. International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia, Interphobia & Transphobia (#IDAHOBIT) celebrates #LGBTQIA+ people, and raises awareness for the need to combat discrimination
It's May and sunny days are ahead! Interbank invites you for another evening of networking on Thursday, 19th May 2022 from 6:30pm at The Sipping Room, West India Quay, 16 Hertsmere Rd, London E14 4AX) Link to registration: https://t.co/jZQX50Odn9
Today begins Lesbian Visibility Week and we stand together to celebrate all LGBT+ women and non binary people of our community. Learn more about #LVW22 at: https://t.co/yjkfDTSJYV

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