The Investment Association and Hampton–Alexander Review team have written to 63 companies asking how they intend to improve the gender balance on their leadership teams.
Almost a fifth of FTSE 350 companies begin work this week wondering how they will address a lack of gender diversity on their boards and in their senior management.
The Investment Association (IA), a trade body for asset managers, and the Hampton-Alexander Review body have combined forces to write to 63 companies asking them to detail the action required to improve the gender balance in their leadership teams.
The letters went out to companies with all-male executive committees, including four in the FTSE 100.
In 2016 the review set a target of 33% of board positions and senior leadership roles being held by women by 2020. Recent rep
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