Arbinderpal has been responsible for leading the redesign of the recruitment process for the Emerging Talent Programmes at Lloyds which has resulted in recruiting a greater number of BAMEs individuals. He has implemented a recruitment process that focused on creating an equal level-playing field for all candidates regardless of background to secure employment. Arbinderpal is also actively role modelling being an open LGBT-BAME individual to educate and influence business decisions, challenge perceived norms and break down barriers to create an inclusive environment. One of Arbinderpal’s other key achievements was being responsible for the design and roll out of unconscious bias training that had reach to c500 business assessors ensuring greater fairness when assessing BAME individuals for roles. Outside of work, Arbinderpal volunteers and runs regular employability events with unemployed people with an aim for them to get back in to work, and is an active speaker and influencer at industry forums and conferences to set recruitment best practice to challenge mind-sets and current practice. He is also a mentor to other BAME employees, and has been nominated and shortlisted for the last two years for the Lloyds Banking Group Ethnicity role models list.