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Great Britain: diversity representation is improving in FTSE 100 company boards of directors

Unveiled on 16 March, the results of the latest Parker Review survey found that as of December 2021, 89 of the 100 companies in the FTSE 100 blue-chip stock market index had at least one person from an ethnic minority on their board of directors (BoD). Between then and now, five more groups have appointed board members, so that today 94 companies have at least one member of a diversity cohort on their board.

Through . Published on 18 March 2022 à 11h39 - Update on 18 March 2022 à 11h39

Commenting on the numbers, Lord Karan Bilimoria, CBI President and Chair of the CBI Change the Race Ratio campaign said “FTSE 100 firms have stepped up when it comes to ethnic diversity at the top. Now it’s time for those last few companies to follow suit and end the all-white boardroom.” We remember that the UK government backed Parker Review,…

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