long-term value, EY

16 May, 2018

Why boards should be clear about long-term value

Boards are under pressure to demonstrate their commitment to long-term value creation and show how they are delivering it in a balanced way, within a framework that measures their success. Politicians...
Sir Gerry Grimstone, Standard Life

28 February, 2018

Board moves at Standard Life Aberdeen and Rolls-Royce

Standard Life Aberdeen Three non-executives and the chairman of Standard Life Aberdeen are to step down, as the business reorganises its boardroom following the merger of the investment gian...
Barclays

23 February, 2018

Barclays International reveals its gender pay gap of 48%

Barclays International, the investment bank, has revealed it has an average gender pay gap of 48%, a hefty differential illustrating the challenge facing financial services on equal pay. The figure...
women on boards, gender diversity

22 February, 2018

Want gender diversity on corporate boards? Try a diversity of tactics

With proponents of board diversity now firmly in the majority, it’s time for companies to deliver. A
gender diversity, gender quotas, gender equality

27 January, 2018

Why gender diversity pays

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boardroom, closed doors, employees on boards, worker representation

20 November, 2017

There’s still everything to gain from having workers on boards

Through the debate on the government’s corporate governance proposals, a clear consensus has emerged that boards must invest in engaged relationships with their...
boardroom

2 November, 2017

Work to be done on ethnic diversity of banking and finance

The talent pipeline in FTSE100 financial institutions is at its most ethnically diverse in four years, according to a survey. Consultancy Green Park found that the ranks of leaders just below the t...
Amsterdam Stock Exchange, Dutch companies, Netherlands, female quotas

6 September, 2017

Dutch company boards failing to meet female quotas

The number of women with executive positions on the boards of Dutch companies has fallen for the second year running, leaving many of them short of the targets set by the Netherlands government and th...
diversity, BAME

27 March, 2017

Diversity now means more than gender

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1 February, 2017

Why women struggle with shorter boardroom tenure

Much has been made of recent progress in appointing women to company boards in the UK, particularly in the FTSE 100. However, for a woman, being appointed to the board is only half the problem. Stayin...