NatWest pledges to boost number of black staff in senior roles

  The Guardian 

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Exclusive: Alison Rose reflects on bank’s equality review in wake of George Floyd’s death NatWest Group has pledged to boost the number of black staff in senior roles from 1% to 3%, as part of a new racial equality pledge that also includes shutting the accounts of customers who racially abuse its workers. The move follows a four-month review into the experiences of the bank’s black staff, in the wake ofBlack Lives Matter protests sparked by the killing of George Floyd by US police in May. “That led to us having very open and, on occasion, very emotional and difficult conversations with our colleagues about their lived experience,” NatWest’s chief executive, Alison Rose, told the Guardian. Continue reading...

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