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By embracing the diversity that makes up the many communities BMT serves from Central Pennsylvania to South Jersey to Northern Delaware, we can make our communities stronger by making sure everyone has a seat at the table.
The Bryn Mawr Trust Company and all our affiliates prohibit discrimination based on race, color, religion, gender/gender identity, national origin, sexual orientation, disability, protected veteran status, or income. But what is talking the talk without walking the walk? That is why BMT continues to find ways to serve our customers in ways that make them feel included in the BMT family.
When a customer who speaks a foreign language visits a BMT branch, they may not see one of the best services that will help them take care of their banking needs in their native language. With our LanguageLine, a customer can be connected to a live translator fluent in languages such as Spanish, Mandarin, French, Arabic, or 240+ other languages. That translator, the customer, and the bank employee will all share the line so customer questions can be answered and product explanations can be made in real time.
This first-of-its-kind initiative among Pennsylvania-based financial institutions was created to advise our company on matters important to the diverse communities we serve. The array of experiences and backgrounds of our advisory board members allows us to operate with increased cultural awareness and sensitivity to better serve our customers and underserved segments within our communities.
Bryn Mawr Trust has been named a Winning ‘W’ Company by 2020 Women on Boards for achieving at least 20% women on its corporate board before the year 2020. Winning ‘W’ Companies are cited in the 2020 Women on Boards (2020WOB) annual Gender Diversity Index which tracks the numbers of corporate board seats held by women among the Russell 3000 Index. As of 2018, the percentage of board seats held by women rose to 17.7%, up from 16.0% in 2017. This upward trend represents good progress, but still, half of the Russell 3000 companies have one or no women on their boards.
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