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theguardian - 6 days ago

Number of FTSE 100 female directors rises by 50% in five years

Women now make up one in three boardroom roles at 350 top UK firms after review achieves targetThe number of female directors at FTSE-100 firms has increased by 50% in the last five years, and women now hold more than a third of roles in the boardrooms of Britain’s top 350 companies, according to the final report of a review into female representation at the top of business.Although men still dominate the top ranks of business, the government-backed Hampton-Alexander review has achieved its target of 33% of board positions at FTSE 100 and FTSE 250 firms being held by women by the end of 2020. Continue reading...


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