One wonders whether they’ll achieve this by placing a glass ceiling for their best and brightest white workers, or whether there will be firing, and ethnicity based demotion in the mix?

“RBS hopes to more than triple the representation of black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) people in leadership roles, which include about 4,000 employees, by 2025. At RBS this would increase the figure from 4 percent to 14 percent, while Lloyds is targeting a rise from 5.6 percent to 8 percent by 2020. “ Archived 11 June 2019

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