BoE still falling short of ethnic diversity goal


The Bank of England has increased the number of minority staff in senior management by just one percentage point in four years, according to data in its annual report.

The proportion of black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) staff occupying senior positions rose to 7% this year, up from 6% in 2016.

The central bank has a target of 13% for BAME representation at senior management level by the end of 2022. Below senior management, the BoE has a 2020 target of 20% that it has reached.

“[The BoE

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