Investment giants call for more women in boardrooms saying they will use their influence to push for change



A string of investment giants have pledged to challenge male-dominated boards in a bid to help women break the glass ceiling.
The seven firms have said they will vote against appointments at businesses which do nothing to improve their diversity.
Women made up less than a quarter of boardroom appointments by blue chip FTSE 100 firms in the six months to March. And just six of the companies are led by women.
Now, businesses including Jupiter Asset Management, Legal & General Investment Management and Old Mutual Global Investors have said they will use their influence as major... read more

 
12 October 2016 in Business, Views: 52
Source: Daily Mail
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