A count by diversity campaign group the 30% Club shows that there is now a woman on the board at every company in the FTSE 100 and FTSE 250.
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A significant milestone has been reached in the journey to increase diversity in UK boardrooms: all-male boards in the FTSE 350 have disappeared.
The news comes after a count by the 30% Club, a group campaigning for more female representation on boards, which shows that there is now a woman in the boardroom at every company in the FTSE 100 and the FTSE 250.
This is not the first time the UK has been here. The Hampton-Alexander review found exclusively male boards had all been transformed last year, only for at least two to slide back into all-male membership a little while later.
According to Ann Cairns, global chair of the 30% Club,
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