State Street Global Advisors previously commissioned the ‘Fearless Girl Statue’ that stared down Wall Street’s ‘Charging Bull’ sculpture
By Emma Colt | 5 November 2021
FOX NEWS — Leaders at one of the largest investment firms in the world, State Street Global Advisors, will need to ask permission to hire White men as it rolls out a diversity hiring initiative.
“This is now front and central for State Street — it’s on every senior executive’s scorecard,” said Jess McNicholas, the bank’s head of inclusion, diversity and corporate citizenship in London, according to the Sunday Times.
“All of our leaders have to demonstrate at their annual appraisals what they have done to improve female representation and the number of colleagues from ethnic-minority backgrounds.”
The company aims to triple the number of Black, Asian and other minority staff in senior positions by 2023, the Sunday Times reported. If executives don’t meet the target, they will face lowered bonuses.
Recruiters will now have to establish panels of four or five employees, including a woman and a person with a minority background, when hiring middle management staff. […]