Seemingly ‘unambitious’ goals to boost ethnic diversity set by the Parker Review Committee in 2017 are still proving challenging as they near their end target
Thirty-seven per cent of FTSE 100 companies and 69% of FTSE 250 companies still do not have a single person of colour on their board, according to an update of The Parker Review.
Three years ago, the Parker Review of ethnic diversity in UK boardrooms recommended each FTSE 100 board to have at least one director of colour by 2021. FTSE 250 boards were challenged to meet the same target by 2024.
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