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Women now make up almost 40% of board seats on FTSE 100 firms

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Nearly 40% of all board positions at the UK's top companies are now held by women, up from 12.5% a decade ago. UK has now progressed from fifth to second in the international rankings at FTSE 100 level. Critics say that with only 18 women chief executives across the top 350 public companies in the UK.
7 months ago·London, United Kingdom

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Almost 40% of UK FTSE 100 board roles now held by women

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Women now make up almost 40% of board seats on FTSE 100 firms

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