Matt Measor

Matt Measor
Matt Measor

Matt joined Barclays Bank PLC in 2017 as Risk Graduate, rotating through different roles in the function. These roles included responsibilities across Barclays UK and Barclays International as a Governance and Risk Analyst. Additionally, Matt leads the LGBT+ workstream for the Risk function as part of Barclays’ Diversity and Inclusion agenda, and also sits on the London/South-East committee for the Spectrum LGBT+ employee network. Within five months of joining the bank, Matt orchestrated the 2018 celebrations of IDAHOBIT at Barclays’ global headquarters, hosting sessions discussing LGBT+ mental health (with former Attitude editor Matthew Todd) and gender identities of individuals. Matt was also nominated as a ‘Rising Star’ finalist – amongst the 500+ applicants – for the 2018 Barclays Business Diversity Awards.Matt joined Barclays Bank PLC in 2017 as Risk Graduate, rotating through different roles in the function. These roles included responsibilities across Barclays UK and Barclays International as a Governance and Risk Analyst. Additionally, Matt leads the LGBT+ workstream for the Risk function as part of Barclays’ Diversity and Inclusion agenda, and also sits on the London/South-East committee for the Spectrum LGBT+ employee network. Within five months of joining the bank, Matt orchestrated the 2018 celebrations of IDAHOBIT at Barclays’ global headquarters, hosting sessions discussing LGBT+ mental health (with former Attitude editor Matthew Todd) and gender identities of individuals. Matt was also nominated as a ‘Rising Star’ finalist – amongst the 500+ applicants – for the 2018 Barclays Business Diversity Awards.

Matt graduated from London School of Economics and Political Science in 2017 with a BSc in Maths and Economics. Since then he has continuously driven and delivered conversations between LGBT+ colleagues and allies within the bank. Additionally, Matt has promoted collaborations across Diversity & Inclusion workstreams to highlight the importance of intersectionality and the role allies play in educating others about LGBT+ perceptions.