Black workers at Lloyds Bank earn a fifth less than other colleagues

Mr Horta-Osório, who will step down from his role as chief executive next year, said: “We want to be clear that we are an anti-racist organisation – one where all employees speak up, challenge, and act to take an active stance against racism. In doing so, our colleagues will help break down the barriers preventing people from meeting their full potential.”

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