Policy paper

Women on boards 2012: first annual review

First annual review tracking progress in increasing the number of women on FTSE company boards.

This was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government

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Women on boards: March 2012 [first annual review]

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First annual review tracking progress in increasing the number of women on FTSE company boards.

Reports back on each of the recommendations produced in Lord Davies’ ‘Women on boards’ report published in February 2011. Describes a growing recognition of the benefits gained by appointing more women to decision-making roles. This understanding is reflected in the unprecedented pace of change seen in the make-up of UK boardrooms. There is also a six month review.

Published 13 March 2012