FTSE 250 still has work to do to meet Parker Review standards

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Business secretary Kwasi Kwarteng noted that there is still more to do
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Business secretary Kwasi Kwarteng noted that there is still more to do

While nearly all FTSE 100 companies have met the diversity target set by the Parker Review, there is still work for the FTSE 250 to do, including some firms within the asset management community, and experts highlight that these figures mean nothing if there is not a cultural shift behind them. 

The Parker Review set its ‘one by 2021' goal in 2017. On 16 March this year, a census from the Department of Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) showed 89 FTSE 100 companies had achieved the...

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