FCA: Workplace racism faced by black people 'subtle and insidious'

Jenna Brown
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FCA executive director, consumers and competition Sheldon Mills
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FCA executive director, consumers and competition Sheldon Mills

There is a lack of black people across senior role in financial services and there is a “strong business case” for improving diversity, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has said.

FCA executive director, consumers and competition Sheldon Mills has outlined why black inclusion mattered to the watchdog and said black people today faced "subtle and insidious" racism in the workplace....

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