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Enrich: our commitment to employee wellness

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At a glance

  • LGT Wealth Management promotes a positive work culture, emphasising belonging and wellbeing and encouraging value creation for society through our corporate values.
  • We support charitable causes with employees nominating annual satellite charities and a core charity partner to fundraise and volunteer for.
  • Our Enrich Committee creates opportunities to improve employee wellbeing with ongoing programs and activities throughout the year, demonstrating that looking after your wellbeing can be enjoyable.

As a business, our culture is what sets us apart. Creating social and cultural added value, we champion a positive working culture with a focus on ensuring everyone feels a genuine sense of belonging.

Through our corporate values we bring our culture to life and encourage our people to demonstrate these by creating value for society. We also support our people’s wellbeing, not only at work, but in their wider lives.

Creating value for society

At LGT, we support charitable causes nominated by our colleagues who can select three new satellite charities close to their hearts each year, and then every two years, we select a new core charity partner.

Our current core charity partner is Demelza, who deliver extraordinary care to extraordinary children facing serious or life-limiting conditions. The team at Demelza has worked tirelessly alongside us in our fundraising efforts. Along with supporting the day-to-day operations, our fundraising has helped to fund two new healthcare assistants, a speech therapist and a nurse in the last 24 months.


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This year, we are incredibly proud to be supporting Gympanzees, Neuroendocrine Cancer UK and Urban Uprising as our satellite charities. Colleagues who nominated the charity then lead on organising the fundraising activities, with the money raised being matched by the firm. Recent activities have been the Seven Hills of Edinburgh challenge to raise money for Urban Uprising and the Three Peaks challenge to fundraise for Neuroendocrine Cancer UK.



In addition to these elected charities, we support Skills Builder, who help to bridge the skills gap through classroom-based models, improving prospects for employability after school. Only 37% of teachers think the current education system prepares young people well for life and only 24% of teachers think essential skills are currently taught sufficiently in education.1 We work closely alongside the charity, with LGT colleagues recently volunteering in the June Career Insights Week, sharing advice and skills in an interactive session with primary school age children.

Creating wellbeing at work

In 2018, LGT Wealth Management’s Enrich Committee was founded to improve the wellbeing of our people both in the workplace and in their personal lives.

Alongside the implementation of the wellbeing strategy throughout the year, the committee run an annual Wellbeing Week which is not only dedicated to raising awareness of this important topic, but the various events are organised to tackle areas of wellbeing in the hope that there is something for everyone to get involved in.

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"We believe it should not just be about a wellbeing week or month once a year where we pay ‘lip service’ to our people’s wellbeing, but an ongoing programme based on employees’ wants and needs." 

- Debbie Hofford, Founder of Enrich Committee




During 2024’s Wellbeing Week, our Enrich committee, hosted a tailored programme with thought provoking panel discussions, opportunities for connection with colleagues and activities to encourage mindfulness and reflection.

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An open and honest conversation with members of our Management Board was hosted by Ben Snee, CEO, discussing how the leadership team manage periods of stress, tackle a bad day and offer valuable insights into how they boost their own wellbeing.

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Our 2024 Impact report

Read our 2024 Impact report, which is a reflection of our collective efforts during 2023 to progress the sustainability agenda. It provides an overview of our sustainability initiatives, spanning environmental stewardship, social responsibility and quality corporate governance. Our commitment to contributing towards a sustainable future for all is the essence of how we endeavour to create value for our four stakeholders: our clients, our owner, society and our colleagues alike.

[1] Skills Builder 

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