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Research shows average pay last year was £1.5m for women and £2.5m for men at UK’s largest businesses
Group of asset managers calls on 120 biggest businesses to make 30% of executive management teams female by 2025
Targets for UK to create diversity in top management positions after anti-racist protests
At 168 largest media outlets across 10 countries only 38 had a female editor
Lobby group 30% Club reveals new push to support women in business
With only five female chief executives in the FTSE 100, Britain lags behind France
Campaign group says share of female executives up from less than 10 per cent in 2010
New chair sees disparity in women’s roles in society and in business outside UK and US
Chair of regulator wants to embed environmental thinking in way assets are managed
LGIM hopes prominent campaigner on gender issues will appeal to women clients
Gender diversity needed to transform governance
Ruth Sullivan asks the founder of the 30% Club how she deals with the many facets of her life
There are small signs that change is gaining traction, writes Pauline Skypala
LGIM calls for appointment of new board members without experience
Female leaders deliver value – on the boards of public companies and at the helm of entire countries
Sir Win Bischof thinks one female director would not suffice
Kate Barker now has a full portfolio