People who identify with mixed or multiple ethnic groups, or as Black or East Asian, aremaking fewer contributions in senior roles compared to non-senior roles.Conversely, those who identify as South Asian or with Other ethnic groups are more likelyto be in senior roles. However, South Asians remain under-represented across senior rolescompared to UK population figures (at least 4.9%).

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