The FCA’s latest discussion paper on diversity and inclusion in financial services outlines what needs to happen to improve representation, but how will it work in practice?
Insights on diversity and inclusion from ICAEW
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The case for diversity and inclusion is stronger than ever. From dealing with data to increasing collaboration, we explore four key areas that can drive real progress and value within the workplace and change the future of the profession.
The findings of a new FRC study published earlier this month have added further clout to the case for board diversity, arguing that it leads to better corporate culture and performance as well as benefiting businesses from a social justice perspective.
An increasing number of countries are adopting gender budgeting processes to centre gender disparities in their decision-making - and it’s only a matter of time before it becomes the norm, according to Álfrún Tryggvadóttir, senior policy analyst at OECD.
We speak to the ex-England cricketer, Professor Amanda Kirby and ICAEW’s Richard Spencer about what chartered accountants can do to support neurodiverse teams.
An EY Diversity Champion outlines key benefits the accountancy sphere will realise once they make the profession more inclusive. It starts with a spotlight directed at succession planning metrics.
EY has set its sights on neurodiversity as the next target of its diversity and inclusion campaign, with a plan to recruit 150 neurodivergent individuals over the next three years.
Neurodiverse teams bring together people with different ways of thinking. Chartered accountants can help to monitor and report on the success of recruitment and retention policies.
The Financial Conduct Authority, Prudential Regulation Authority and Bank of England are obtaining observations on regulatory plans to improve diversity and inclusion in financial services.
Initiatives such as the Black Talent Charter are galvanising support for policies that can help address the lack of ethnic diversity in senior roles across financial and professional services.