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Company boards pressed to improve ethnic minority representation

British boardrooms will be asked to recruit at least one person from an ethnic minority background in the next three years by an influential corporate lobby group that wants to harness the momentum of anti-racist protests to push for greater executive diversity. The 30% Club, which was formed a decade ago to push for more women in board positions across the FTSE, will on Wednesday announce a series of targets for the UK for the next three years centred on bringing greater ethnic diversity to top management positions.
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