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That’s worse than the make-up of Cabinet
As of mid-May 2015 more than half of FTSE 100 companies had less than 25% female representation in the boardroom according to analysis from the Professional Boards Forum.  7 out of 10 mid-cap companies listed on the FTSE 250 had less than a quarter female directors and 20 of them were made up of all-male boards.
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techUK:  UK boards miss 25% target for women directors

Time for employers to accept that most professional, technical & managerial jobs need ‘Brains not Brawn’

By investing in women, you invest in business: Nicky Morgan

Women on boards numbers almost doubled in last 4 years

One notes that most ‘top bankers’ are male, which illustrates the point being made rather nicely

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Women on boards numbers almost doubled in last 4 years

Business leaders urged to ensure women can fully contribute to economic growth

NHS Confederation challenges health service to act on under-representation of women in leadership

Business Secretary urges headhunters to seek out new female talent