Just 4% of FTSE 350 CEOs are women

Entry level recruitment close to 50:50

Eve Maddock-Jones
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Only 4% of CEOs among FTSE 350 companies are women, the latest Women Count report revealed.

Published by The Pipeline, the report found that although the entry level recruitment into these business was generally evenly split between men and women, the journey to becoming CEO was "dominated by men". The report revealed that 74% of FTSE 350 executive committee members were men and 10% of companies had no female members at all. The chief financial officer role was "also more likely" to be filled by a man (82%). It also found that 70% of businesses main boards have no female executive directors on them at all. Study finds lack of female angel investors is hurting UK entrepren...

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