The Investment Association has written to 35 FTSE-350 companies asking them to explain their poor female representation at leadership level, as investors urge groups to move towards targets set out in the Hampton-Alexander Review.
FTSE 100 companies with all-male executive committees, such as BP and Smurfit Kappa Group, and companies whose combined executive committees and direct reports have low proportions of women, such as Persimmon...
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