Majority of FTSE 100 meeting Parker Review target

Diversity progress among CEO and CFO roles remains slow

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The Parker Review Committee set its ‘One by 2021’ standard in 2017, applying this to FTSE 250 companies as well.
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The Parker Review Committee set its ‘One by 2021’ standard in 2017, applying this to FTSE 250 companies as well.

Nearly all FTSE 100 companies have met diversity targets set by the Parker Review Committee, which called for ethnic minority representation on their boards by December 2021.

A census from the Department of Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) shows 89 FTSE 100 companies have ethnic diversity on their boards - up from 74 in November 2020. By March 2022, another...

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