ACT Diversity and Inclusion Calendar: Ethnic diversity in treasury

18:00 - 21:00 12 November 2018


Businesses with a more ethnically diverse leadership perform better and many employers strive for a more diverse workforce. Yet, ethnic minorities are still significantly underrepresented in executive roles across Britain. What are the main obstacles for UK companies wanting to fix the ethnic imbalance and employ a more representative workforce in junior, middle and senior roles?

On 12 November, the ACT Diversity and Inclusion Calendar will look at the complex challenges of improving BAME (black, Asian and minority ethnic) representation in business.

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18:00   Registration and refreshments
18:30   Opening keynote
19:00   Panel discussion and Q&A with the audience
20:00   Networking drinks reception
21:00   Close of event

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Venue and location

Ropemaker Place
25 Ropemaker Street

Speaking opportunities

Interested in speaking?

To find out more on opportunities to speak on diversity and inclusion topics, please contact:

Sulamith Waldmeier
Live & Digital Content Producer – Global Events
T: 44 (0)20 7847 2583

Sponsorship and exhibition

Interested in sponsoring or exhibiting?

To find out more on opportunities to sponsor or exhibit at our diversity and inclusion events, please contact:

Denis Murphy
Sponsorship Director
T: 44 (0)20 7847 2581

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