• Wednesday, July 24, 2024

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REVIEW’S PROPOSALS TO HAVE MORE MINORITY DIRECTORS IN FTSE 100 FIRMS

DIVERSITY: How the report would like the boardrooms of the future to look

By: easterneye.biz Staff

by LAUREN CODLING ETHNIC minority Britons represent only two per cent of directors in FTSE boardrooms, a new report has revealed. The Parker Review, released last Thursday (12), showed that 51 out of FTSE 100 companies do not have any directors of colour, while only six ethnic minority individuals hold the position of chair or CEO. Sir John Parker, chairman of the Parker Review Committee, said the boards do not accurately reflect society and while boards are making “good progress” on gender diversity, he said there is still “much to do” concerning ethnic diversity. Sir John Parker (Pic: Lewis Whyld/AFP/Getty…

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