"In order to ensure that the FSA complies with its external diversity obligations and internal aspirations to become an employer of choice and a more effective regulator."
I suppose they didn't get the memo that the FSA is not going to be an employer for much longer...
According to figures from law firm Reynolds Porter Chamberlain, FSA staff resignations have more than doubled since the Coalition government came to power. Since the first three months of 2009, resignations from the embattled regulator have increased almost fivefold, from 24 to 121. In fact, so far this year, 183 people have resigned from the FSA – which is more than the total number of resignations for 2009. A rats/sinking ship scenario, clearly.
Perhaps this Diversity Consultant is a good example of why the FSA is a failed organisation and is being wound up. Who on earth would want to apply for a job which soon won't exist anyway?