The Swedish House of Finance strives to be a creative and stimulating place for working, research, and studies where people with different backgrounds and experiences are given the same rights, opportunities and responsibilities.
Our goal is that employees and researchers feel encouraged and welcome to come to the Swedish House of Finance regardless of their gender, ethnicity, gender identity or expression, disability, sexual orientation, age, religion or other beliefs.
The Swedish House of Finance has a zero-tolerance attitude regarding discrimination and harassment, including sexual harassment, and actively works to prevent discrimination and harassment from occurring.
In addition, the Swedish House of Finance acknowledges that women are under-represented in the finance profession and have initiated a program to encourage women to choose finance as a field of study and future career. If you are interested in learning more about the program, please contact Maria Frithz Warg.