Research finds improvement in the ethnic diversity of talent pipeline for banking and finance, but only a marginal lift in the number of boardroom positions held by non-white directors.
The 2017 Good Governance Report paints a positive picture of the quality of boardroom decisions in our largest organisations, but the focus must now turn to ensuring that the writ of the board is driven down through the organisation.
A second “shareholder spring” in 2016 saw more modest remuneration among the FTSE100 in 2017, but FTSE250 investors took umbrage at director salaries this time around.
The number of people from ethnic minorities in “pipeline” roles to the top FTSE100 jobs has increased to 5%, but the current number sitting on boards has fallen by 18%, a new report finds.
Average pay packet for FTSE100 CEOs falls in 2016 but there are calls to rethink the measures which set their remuneration.