By February 2020 and December 2020 the FTSE 100 and FTSE 250 indexes had reached the gender diversity target for boards of 33% female membership, which was set by the government-commissioned Hampton-Alexander Review four years earlier.
This was a huge milestone for the FTSE 350 in taking gender diversity seriously in just a short period. Yet there is still lack of female representation in executive committee roles, as the FTSE 350 has yet to reach this quota.
Across the C-suite positions, it is fair to say that female representation has been progressing throughout the years. Furthermore, females tend to dominate the CFO position more than others.
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