The number of women on FTSE 100 company boards has exceeded 30% for the first time, according to an annual report on gender diversity, although 75 FTSE 350 firms still only have one female board member.
The annual Hampton-Alexander Review examines how gender balances can be achieved in the leadership of FTSE companies and is in its third edition. It has a long-term recommendation of achieving 33% female...
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