More than a third of the UK’s top companies have no ethnic minority representation on their boards and will struggle to meet diversity targets, according to a UK government-backed report. The Parker Review revealed 37% of FTSE 100 firms still have no non-white members on their boards. Although this is a slight improvement on 2017, when the review was launched and half of boards had no ethnic minority representation, it warned it was going to be a challenge to meet the review’s aim to have at least one BAME individual on every FTSE 100 board by 2021. For the first time, the review looked...

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