‘Broader skill base’ supporting BoE diversity targets

Diversity hands circle

The Bank of England appears to be making some traction towards its diversity goals, partly because it is reducing the proportion of economists in its hiring.

The minutes of the BoE’s latest Court meeting, published on April 23, mention officials discussed progress towards minority ethnic representation. Lea Paterson, joint head of human resources, said the BoE was on track to meet its 20% target below senior management, but “more work is needed” on the 13% senior management target.

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