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Lloyds Banking Group promises more BAME managers

Lloyds Banking Group promises more BAME managers

Lloyds Banking Group is planning to raise the proportion of staff from Black, Asian or minority ethnic (BAME) backgrounds to eight per cent of senior management by 2020.

Ethnic minorities make up about 14% of the UK’s total population and 12% of the UK’s labour force, according to ONS statistics. However, only six per cent of managers are BAME, according to data from the CMI.

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