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Green Park BAME 100 2017 index launched

Green Park released the second annual BAME 100 Board Talent Index (2017) to celebrate the achievements of Britain’s ethnic minority leadership community. The index showcases BAME (Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic) leaders, who have succeeded in the UK despite minorities remaining underrepresented in both Government and business. he Index is designed to complement the recommendations of The Parker… Read More »

Ethnic representation on FTSE boards flatlines

The fourth Green Park Leadership 10,000 report published on 17th August 2017 shows that ethnic minority representation on FTSE 100 boards has flat-lined. Although the ethnic leadership pipeline within FTSE 100 companies increased to 5%, six-in-ten (58%) of boards are still all white. “Whilst Ministers have devoted significant resource to supporting gender equality activity – for example the… Read More »

British Race Awards open for nominations

The growing concern about the levels of diversity in major companies has led Green Park recruitment and the SPM group to launch that British Race (Race and Cultural Equality) Awards which opened for nominations on 26th April 2016. Raj Tulsiani, CEO of Green Park said, “Green Park’s annual investigations show we are going backwards in terms of BAME (Black… Read More »

Top 100 BAME Leaders in Business 2016

Raj Tulsiani of executive search firm Green Park, and Trevor Phillips OBE, launched the Top 100 Black and Minority Ethnic (BAME) Leaders in Business list at the House of Lords on 26th April 2016. The objective is to counter the belief among employers that there is insufficient BAME talent available. Trevor Phillips OBE, a member of the judging… Read More »

Vince Cable welcomes plans to increase ethnic diversity on FTSE 100 boards

Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills, Vince Cable today welcomed a business-led drive to recruit more diverse executives to the boards of Britain’s biggest companies. The private sector initiative, called The 2020 Campaign, has set a target of no all-white boards amongst the FTSE 100 by five years’ time. New research issued today by Green Park… Read More »

Public sector less diverse than private sector

A groundbreaking new survey into the diversity of staff working in the top 5,000 leadership roles within the public and voluntary sectors reveals that ethnic minorities and women remain significantly under-represented. Strikingly, the statistics also reveal that despite the legal obligation on public bodies to promote equality and diversity in their staff, their performance is actually worse in… Read More »

‘Diversity Deficit’ effecting UK’s global competitiveness

A groundbreaking study, published on 11th February 2014, of the top 10,000 executives in Britain’s most important firms reveals a deep “diversity deficit” that could put UK companies at a serious disadvantage in both domestic and global markets. The research also shows that whilst some sectors of the economy are more gender and ethno-culturally diverse than others, the… Read More »