Britain's boardrooms are getting less diverse, according to new research by recruitment consultancy Green Park.
A survey of the U.K.'s top 10,000 executives across the FTSE 100 reveals that the number of those belonging to ethnic minorities in leadership roles has dropped. Nearly two-thirds of all companies have all-white boardrooms in 2015, up from 61 businesses in 2014 to 62 this year.
Excluding non-executive directors, the number of all-white boardrooms increased from 63 in 2014 to 70. The number of chief executives from visible minorities fell as well, but Green Park chalks this up to a number of Africa- and Asia-focused firms dropping out of the FTSE 100.