United Kingdom

The 30% Club launched in the UK in 2010 with a goal of achieving a minimum of 30% women on FTSE-100 boards - currently the figure stand at 27% up from 12.5%. Accelerated progress has been achieved through the leadership of Chairs and CEOs, our Members.

As of 2016, we have extended the scope of our original target and the goal is now a minimum of 30% women on FTSE-350 boards by 2020 (currently at 23.2%). In tandem with this – and in order to ensure that this 30% remains sustainable – we have also established a pipeline target of a minimum of 30% women at senior management level of FTSE-100 companies by 2020 (currently women make up 19.4% of FTSE 100 ExCos). 

UK membership is open to Chairs and CEOs of listed companies, Managing Partners of professional services firms, and heads of public sector organisations and academic institutions, as well as non-listed companies on a case by case basis based on size and strategic fit.

Download our information booklet

View our Fifth Annual 30% Club Chairs' Event:

View Mark Wilson's thoughts on signing up to the Executive Committee commitment outlined by the 30% Club in his capacity as Group CEO of Aviva plc (the first FTSE 100 CEO to lend his name to the campaign): 
 

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Members


  • FTSE-100 

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    John Allan

    Chair

    Tesco plc/ Barratt Developments plc/ London First

  • FTSE-100 

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    Richard Baker

    Chair

    Whitbread

  • FTSE-100 

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    John Barton

    Chair

    Catlin Group/ EasyJet/ Next

  • FTSE-100 

    Donald Brydon

    Chair

    London Stock Exchange/ Sage

  • FTSE-100 

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    Dame Alison Carnwath

    Chair

    Land Securities

  • FTSE-100 

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    Sir Roger Carr

    Chair

    BAE Systems

  • FTSE-100 

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    Stuart Chambers

    Chair

    ARM Holdings/ Rexam

  • FTSE-100 

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    Andrew Duff

    Chair

    Severn Trent/ Elementis

  • FTSE-100 

    Ian Davis

    Chair

    Rolls Royce

  • FTSE-100 

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    Sir Charles Dunstone

    Chair

    Dixons Carphone/ TalkTalk

  • FTSE-100 

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    Douglas Flint

    Chair

    HSBC Holdings

  • FTSE-100 

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    Sir Peter Gershon

    Chair

    National Grid/Tate & Lyle

  • FTSE-100 

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    John Gildersleeve

    Chair

    British Land

  • FTSE-100 

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    Sir Gerry Grimstone

    Chair

    Standard Life

  • FTSE-100 

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    Moya Greene

    CEO

    Royal Mail

  • FTSE-100 

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    Rick Haythornthwaite

    Chair

    Centrica

  • FTSE-100 

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    Sir Philip Hampton

    Chair

    GlaxoSmithKline

  • FTSE-100 

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    Peter Hickson

    Chair

    Communisis

  • FTSE-100 

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    Andrew Higginson

    Chair

    Wm Morrison/ N Brown

  • FTSE-100 

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    Dr Franz Humer

    Chair

    Diageo

  • FTSE-100 

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    Susan Kilsby

    Chair

    Shire

  • FTSE-100 

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    John McFarlane

    Chair

    Barclays/ FirstGroup/ The CityUK

  • FTSE-100 

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    Sir Adrian Montague

    Chair

    Aviva Investors

  • FTSE-100 

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    Glen Moreno

    Chair

    Virgin Money plc

  • FTSE-100 

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    Jack Nasser

    Chair

    BHP Billiton

  • FTSE-100 

    Patrick O’Sullivan

    Chair

    Old Mutual

  • FTSE-100 

    Sir John Parker

    Chair

    Anglo American/ Ombu/ Pennon

  • FTSE-100 

    Sir John Peace

    Chair

    Burberry Group

  • FTSE-100 

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    Ian Powell

    Chair

    Capita

  • FTSE-100 

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    Sir Michael Rake

    Chair

    BT Group

  • FTSE-100 

    Carl-Henric Svanberg

    Chair

    AB Volvo/ BP

  • FTSE-100 

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    Robert Swannell

    Chair

    M&S / Shareholder Executive

  • FTSE-100 

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    Sidney Taurel

    Chair

    Pearson

  • FTSE-100 

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    David Tyler

    Chair

    Hammerson / Sainsbury's

  • FTSE-100 

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    Mark Wilson

    CEO

    Aviva

  • FTSE-250 

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    Dame Helen Alexander

    Chair

    UBM

  • FTSE-250 

    Charles Berry

    Chair

    Senior/ Weir

  • FTSE-250 

    Allan Cook

    Chair

    WS Atkins/ SEMTA

  • FTSE-250 

    Geoffrey Cooper

    Chair

    Bourne Leisure/ Card Factory/ Truth Corps

  • FTSE-250 

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    Ian Durant

    Chair

    Greggs/ Capco

  • FTSE-250 

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    Anita Frew

    Chair

    Croda International

  • FTSE-250 

    Stephen Koseff

    CEO

    Investec

  • FTSE-250 

    Paul Lester

    Chair

    JohnLaing Fund/ Signia Wealth/ Parabis/ Knight Square Holdings/Greenenergy/Essentra

  • FTSE-250 

    Greg Lock

    Chair

    Computacenter

  • FTSE-250 

    Frank Meysman

    Chair

    Thomas Cook Group

  • FTSE-250 

    Preben Prebensen

    CEO

    Close Brothers Group

  • FTSE-250 

    Sir Nigel Rudd

    Chair

    BAA/ Business Growth Fund/ Heathrow Airport/ Meggitt

  • FTSE-250 

    Martin Thomas

    CEO

    Lancashire Holdings

  • PSF 

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    John Amaechi

    CEO

    Amaechi Performance Systems

  • PSF 

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    Ian Anderson

    Executive Director

    Iceni Projects

  • PSF 

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    John Banister

    Managing Partner

    Wiggin

  • PSF 

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    Antonia Belcher

    Founding Member

    MHBC

  • PSF 

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    Ray Berg

    Managing Partner

    Osborne Clarke

  • PSF 

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    Mark Bomer

    Senior Partner

    BDO

  • PSF 

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    William Boss

    Chair

    King & Wood Mallesons

  • PSF 

    Marcus Bowman

    Managing Partner

    Holman Fenwick Willan LLP

  • PSF 

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    Edward Braham

    Senior Partner

    Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer

  • PSF 

    Alex Chadwick

    Managing Partner

    Baker & Mackenzie LLP

  • PSF 

    Michael Chissick

    Managing Partner

    FieldFisher

  • PSF 

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    Emma Cleveland

    Managing Director

    Cleveland & Co Associates

  • PSF 

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    Jeremy Cohen

    CEO

    Dentons

  • PSF 

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    Simon Collins

    Chair

    KPMG

  • PSF 

    Steve Cooke

    Senior Partner

    Slaughter & May

  • PSF 

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    David Cruickshank

    Chair

    Deloitte

  • PSF 

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    Fiona Dunsire

    CEO

    Mercer UK

  • PSF 

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    Robert Elliott

    Chair

    Linklaters

  • PSF 

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    Kevin Ellis

    Chairman & Senior Partner

    PricewaterhouseCoopers

  • PSF 

    Richard Foley

    Managing Partner

    Pinsent Masons

  • PSF 

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    Michael Francies

    Managing Partner

    Weil, Gotshal & Manges

  • PSF 

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    Charlie Geffen

    Chair

    Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher

  • PSF 

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    Christine Hodgson

    Chair

    CapGemini / The Careers & Enterprise Company

  • PSF 

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    David Hudd

    Deputy CEO

    Hogan Lovells

  • PSF 

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    Matthew Layton

    Managing Partner

    Clifford Chance

  • PSF 

    Lisa Mayhew

    Managing Partner

    Berwin Leighton Paisner

  • PSF 

    Mike McTighe

    Chair

    WYG plc

  • PSF 

    Steve Mitchener

    CEO

    NTT DATA UK

  • PSF 

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    David Morley

    Senior Partner

    Allen & Overy

  • PSF 

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    Chris Osborne

    Co-Chair

    FTI Consulting

  • PSF 

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    Stephen Parish

    Managing Partner

    Norton Rose Fulbright

  • PSF 

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    David Patient

    Managing Partner

    Travers Smith

  • PSF 

    Dr Ann Olivarius

    CEO

    McAllisterOlivarius

  • PSF 

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    Nick Owen

    Chair

    Deloitte UK

  • PSF 

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    Paul Rawlinson

    Managing Partner

    Baker & McKenzie

  • PSF 

    Paul Smith

    Chair

    Eversheds

  • PSF 

    Alexander Y. Thomas

    Partner

    Reed Smith

  • PSF 

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    Ben Tidswell

    Chair

    Ashurst

  • PSF 

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    Steve Varley

    Chair

    EY

  • PSF 

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    Penelope Warne

    Chair

    CMS Cameron McKenna

  • Financial 

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    Nicolas Aubert

    CEO

    Willis Towers Watson GB

  • Financial 

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    Mark Austen

    Chair

    LV= Asset Management

  • Financial 

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    Sir Brian Bender

    Chair

    London Metal Exchange

  • Financial 

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    James Bardrick

    Country Officer

    Citi

  • Financial Services 

    Andrea Blackman

    Managing Director

    Moody's Analytics UK

  • Financial 

    Ana Botín

    Chair

    Santander

  • Financial 

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    Roger Cobley

    Chair

    Stamford Associates

  • Financial 

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    Michael Cole-Fontayn

    Chair

    BNY Mellon EMEA

  • Financial 

    Noreen Doyle

    Chair

    Credit Suisse International

  • Financial 

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    Sian Fisher

    CEO

    Chartered Insurance Institute

  • Financial 

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    Karin Forseke

    Chair

    Sisters Capital

  • Financial 

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    Euan Fraser

    Global CEO

    Alpha Financial Markets Consulting

  • Financial 

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    Hans Georgeson

    Managing Director

    Architas

  • Financial 

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    Richard Gnodde

    Chair

    Goldman Sachs International

  • Financial 

    Bill Gourlay

    CEO

    Idea Group

  • Financial 

    John Heaps

    Chair

    Yorkshire Building Society

  • Financial 

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    Lady Barbara Judge

    Judge

    Institute of Directors/ Pension Protection Fund

  • Financial 

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    Rich Laxer

    CEO

    GE Capital International

  • Financial 

    Julie Meyer

    Chair

    Ariadne Capital

  • Financial 

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    Helena Morrissey

    Chair

    Investment Association

  • Financial 

    John Nelson

    Chair

    Lloyd’s of London

  • Financial 

    Baron David de Rothschild

    Chair

    Rothschild

  • Financial 

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    Sir Simon Robertson

    Founder

    Simon Robertson Associates

  • Financial 

    William Rucker

    Chair

    Lazard/ Crest Nicholson

  • Financial 

    Andrew Sibbald

    Vice Chair

    Evercore

  • Financial 

    Paul Smith

    Chair

    CFA Institute

  • Financial 

    Sir David Walker

    Chair

    Winton Capital Group

  • Financial 

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    Bob Wigley

    Chair

    Tantalum Corporation

  • Financial 

    Roger Yates

    Chair

    Pioneer Investments

  • Executive Search 

    Chris Cooke

    CEO

    NP Group

  • Executive Search 

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    Karen B. Greenbaum

    Chair

    AESC

  • Executive Search 

    Brian Hamill

    Chair

    Redgrave Partners

  • Executive Search 

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    James Haspel

    Managing Partner

    J.D.Haspel

  • Executive Search 

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    Jeremy Mobbs

    CEO

    Wilton & Bain

  • Executive Search 

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    Sharon Mullen

    Founder

    Mullwood Partnership

  • Executive Search 

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    Owen Thomas

    Principal

    DGJ Search

  • Comms/ Media 

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    Sir Alan Parker

    Chair

    Brunswick

  • Comms/ Media 

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    Debbie Klein

    Chair

    Engine Group

  • Comms/ Media 

    Hugh Morrison

    Founding Partner

    Montfort Commuications

  • Comms/ Media 

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    Clare Parsons

    Chair

    Lansons

  • Corporate 

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    Shoshana Clark Stewart

    CEO

    Turquoise Mountain

  • Corporate 

    Robert Gillespie

    Chair

    Boat Race Company

  • Corporate 

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    Brent Hoberman

    Chair

    Mydeco/ made.com

  • Corporate 

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    Sir George Iacobescu CBE

    Chair & CEO

    Canary Wharf Group

  • Corporate 

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    Fiona Kendrick

    Chair & CEO

    Nestlé UK

  • Corporate 

    Tessa Laws

    Solicitor

    Bagir

  • Corporate 

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    Lord Leitch

    Chair

    Bupa/ Intrinsic Financial Services/ FNZ

  • Corporate 

    Sir Charlie Mayfield

    Chair

    John Lewis/ UK Commission for Employment and Skills

  • Corporate 

    Ahmed Mazhari

    Chair

    Genpact

  • Corporate 

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    Andrew Morrison

    President

    Xerox UK Limited

  • Corporate 

    James Muir

    Head of Group Sales

    Volkswagen

  • Corporate 

    Peter Norris

    Chair

    Virgin Holdings

  • Corporate 

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    Alex Ricard

    Chair & CEO

    Pernod Ricard

  • Corporate 

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    Debra Searle

    Founder

    MIX Diversity Developers

  • Corporate 

    Jane Silber

    CEO

    Canonical

  • Corporate 

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    Charlotte Valeur

    Chair

    Kennedy Wilson

  • Corporate 

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    Debbie White

    CEO UK & Ireland

    Sodexo

  • Universities & HE 

    Apurv Bagri

    Chair

    London Business School

  • Universities & HE 

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    Sir Leszek Borysiewicz

    V-C

    University of Cambridge

  • Universities & HE 

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    Dame Glynis Breakwell

    V-C

    University of Bath

  • Universities & HE 

    Hazel Brooke

    Chair of Court

    Glasgow Caledonian University

  • Universities & HE 

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    Garry Coutts

    Chair of Court

    University of Highlands and Islands

  • Universities & HE 

    Ms Jennifer Craw

    Chair

    Robert Gordon University

  • Universities & HE 

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    Professor Sir Paul Curran

    President

    City, University of London

  • Universities & HE 

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    Geoff Dawson

    Chair

    Sheffield Hallam University

  • Universities & HE 

    The Earl of Derby

    President

    University of Liverpoool

  • Universities & HE 

    Prof Alistair Fitt

    V-C

    Oxford Brookes University

  • Universities & HE 

    Professor Alice Gast

    President

    Imperial College London

  • Universities & HE 

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    Prof Simon Gaskell

    Principal

    Queen Mary London University

  • Universities & HE 

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    Muriel Gray

    Chair

    Glasgow School of Art

  • Universities & HE 

    Prof Sir David Greenaway

    V-C

    University of Nottingham

  • Universities & HE 

    Stephen Howlett

    Pro-Chancellor

    University of Greenwich

  • Universities & HE 

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    Peter Horrocks CBE

    V-C

    Open University

  • Universities & HE 

    Mark I’Anson

    Chair of Council

    University of Newcastle

  • Universities & HE 

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    Dame DeAnne Shirley Julius

    Chair of Council

    University College London

  • Universities & HE 

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    Prof Patrick Johnston

    V-C

    University of Queen's Belfast

  • Universities & HE 

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    Jane Kelly

    Chair

    Brunel University London

  • Universities & HE 

    Peter Kyle OBE

    Chair

    University of Westminster

  • Universities & HE 

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    Prof Koen Lamberts

    V-C

    University of York

  • Universities & HE 

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    Sir Moir Lockhead

    Senior Governor

    University of Aberdeen

  • Universities & HE 

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    Prof Max Lu

    V-C

    University of Surrey

  • Universities & HE 

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    Prof April McMahon

    V-C

    University of Aberystwyth

  • Universities & HE 

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    Professor Sally Mapstone

    Principal and V-C

    University of St. Andrews

  • Universities & HE 

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    Prof Anton Muscatelli

    V-C

    University of Glasgow

  • Universities & HE 

    Prof Paddy Nixon

    V-C

    University of Ulster

  • Universities & HE 

    Prof Andrea Nolan

    V-C

    Edinburgh Napier University

  • Universities & HE 

    Prof Tim O’Shea

    V-C

    University of Edinburgh

  • Universities & HE 

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    Professor Malcolm Press

    V-C

    Manchester Metropolitan University

  • Universities & HE 

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    Prof Louise Richardson

    V-C

    University of Oxford

  • Universities & HE 

    Dr Gill Rider

    Chair of Council

    University of Southampton

  • Universities & HE 

    Prof Colin Riordan

    V-C

    University of Cardiff

  • Universities & HE 

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    Dame Nancy Rothwell

    V-C

    University of Manchester

  • Universities & HE 

    Eric Sanderson

    Chair of Court

    University of Dundee

  • Universities & HE 

    Fiona Sandford

    Chair of Court

    University of Stirling

  • Universities & HE 

    Prof Nigel Seaton

    V-C

    University of Abertay

  • Universities & HE 

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    Prof Christina Slade

    V-C

    University of Bath Spa

  • Universities & HE 

    Janet Swadling

    CEO

    Scotland’s Rural College (SRUC)

  • Universities & HE 

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    Sir David Warren

    Chair of Council

    University of Kent

  • Universities & HE 

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    Barbara Wilding

    Chair

    Cardiff Metropolitan University

  • Public Sector 

    Sir James Bevan

    CEO

    Environment Agency

  • Public Sector 

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    Sir Win Bischoff

    Chair

    Financial Reporting Council/ JP Morgan Securities

  • Public Sector 

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    Lesley Cowley

    Chair

    DVLA

  • Public Sector 

    Martin Donnelly

    Permanent Secretary

    Department for Business, Innovation & Skills

  • Public Sector 

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    John Griffith-Jones

    Chair

    Financial Conduct Authority

  • Public Sector 

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    Dame Deirdre Hutton

    Chair

    Civil Aviation Authority

  • Public Sector 

    Sir Bob Kerslake

    Chair

    King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

  • Public Sector 

    Stephen Lovegrove

    Permanent Secretary

    Ministry of Defense

  • Public Sector 

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    Sir Nicholas Montagu

    Chair

    Financial Ombudsman/ Queen Mary University London, CUC

  • Public Sector 

    Nicky Morgan

    MP

    UK Government

  • Public Sector 

    Mark Neale

    CEO

    Financial Services Compensation Scheme

  • Public Sector 

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    Andrew Parker

    Head

    MI5

  • Public Sector 

    Philip Rutnam

    Permanent Secretary

    Department for Transport

  • Third Sector 

    Tracey Bleakley

    CEO

    Hospice UK

  • Third Sector 

    Miranda Curtis

    Chair

    Camfed International

  • Third Sector 

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    Dr Jeremy Farrar

    Director

    Wellcome Trust

  • Ambassador 

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    Robin Buchanan

    Formerly Chair

    PageGroup

  • Ambassador 

    David Childs

    Formerly Managing Partner

    Clifford Chance

  • Ambassador 

    Ian Dormer

    Formerly Chair

    Institute of Directors

  • Ambassador 

    Douglas Ferrans

    Formerly Chair

    IMA

  • Ambassador 

    Sir Ian Gibson

    Formerly Chair

    Wm Morrison

  • Ambassador 

    Tony Hobson

    Formerly Chair

    Sage Group

  • Ambassador 

    Sir David Lees

    Formerly Chair

    Bank of England

  • Ambassador 

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    Sir Nicholas Macpherson

    Formerly Permanent Secretary

    HM Treasury

  • Ambassador 

    Sir Richard Olver

    Formerly Chair

    BAE Systems

  • Ambassador 

    Jonathan Scott

    Formerly Senior Partner

    Herbert Smith Freehills

  • Ambassador 

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    John Stewart

    Formerly Chair

    Legal & General Group

  • Ambassador  

    Michael Treschow

    Formerly Chair

    Unilever

  • Professional Services Firm 

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    Martin Armstrong

    Chairman

    I.G. Advisors

Steering Committee

The 30% Club is run by a Steering Committee that is made up of senior men and women who volunteer their time and skills.

  • FOUNDER 

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    Helena Morrissey

    Newton Investment Management

  • GLOBAL CHAIR 

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    Brenda Trenowden

    ANZ

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    Karin Barnick

    Korn Ferry

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    Tamara Box

    Reed Smith

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    Diana Brightmore-Armour

    ANZ

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    Jamie Brookes

    Williams & Glyn

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    Caroline Carr

    Goldman Sachs

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    Gay Collins

    Montfort Communications

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    Pavita Cooper

    More Difference

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    Niamh Corbett

    Board Intelligence

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    Melissa Di Donato

    Salesforce

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    Liz Dimmock

    Women Ahead

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    Mary FitzPatrick

    GE Capital

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    Melanie Gee

    Lazard

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    Deborah Gilshan

    Railpen Investments

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    Katushka Giltsoff

    Miles Partnership

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    Baroness Mary Goudie

    Labour peer

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    Vimi Grewal-Carr

    Deloitte

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    Claudia Harris

    Careers & Enterprise Company

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    Francoise Higson

    ANZ

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    Emma Howard Boyd

    Environment Agency

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    Nick Jarman

    PwC

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    Claudia Kohler

    Newton Investment Management

  • DEPUTY CHAIR 

    Emily Lawson

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    Avril Martindale

    Freshfields

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    Heather McGregor

    Taylor Bennett

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    Sarah Morris

    Aviva

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    Julia Muir

    Gaia Innovation

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    Elizabeth Passey

    J. Stern & Company

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    Anne Richards

    M&G Investments

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    Melanie Richards

    KPMG

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    Henrietta Royle

    British Bankers Association

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    Joanna Santinon

    EY

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    Jane Scott

    Professional Boards Forum

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    Rachel Short

    Why Women Work

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    Claire Tracey

    Boston Consulting Group

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    Siân Westerman

    Rothschild

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    Sarah Wiggins

    Linklaters

Working groups

  • Automotive

    Main aims

    The Automotive working group is made up of MDs and CEOs from automotive manufacturing, retailing and supplier companies. Our aim is to fill at least 30% of key leadership positions in our organisations with women, from junior management to board level.

    We are implementing a four phase strategy:

    • Reach Out - we connect with young women in schools, universities and professional networks through speeches and career events, and offer work experience opportunities
    • Welcome In - we examine recruitment and selection practices for unconscious bias
    • Pull Through - we investigate ways to improve the rate of promotion of talented women
    • Hold On - we implement policies and practices to improve retention levels of women leaders

    We work in partnership with the charity Speakers for Schools and the Inspiring Women campaign, and we have support from members McKinsey, the Institute of the Motor Industry, and Loughborough University School of Business and Economics.

    contact

    julia@gaiainnovation.com

    Group leader

    Julia Muir

  • Balancing the Pyramid

    Main aims

    To accelerate the rate at which women progress through the pipeline to the C-Suite across corporate organisations (mostly FTSE 100).

    contact

    pavita@moredifference.com
    claire@moredifference.com
    connie.lo@accenture.com
    rachel.short@whywomenwork.com

    Group leader

    Pavita Cooper

  • Business Schools

    Main aims

    As part of The 30% Club ‘Balancing the Pyramid’ initiative which aims to encourage and increase the female gender balance at all organisational levels, we are establishing partnerships with a number of business schools globally to rectify the under-representation of women pursuing post-graduate management education by offering Women’s Scholarships. Through these partnerships we seek to build a continuum of change from schoolroom to boardroom, helping women to make the decision to undertake further education, supporting them through the application process, providing them with a mentor during the programme and highlighting the successes and high return on investment afterwards. For further detail please click here.

    contact

    jacqueline.keogh@westernunion.com

    Group leader

    Jackie Keogh

  • Communications

    Main aims

    The Communications group seeks to maximise the profile and reach of the 30% Club through a coordinated and strategic communications programme; ensure our global reputation is managed and protected.

    contact

    gay@gaycollins.co.uk
    jamie@burntcakemedia.com

    Group leader

    Gay Collins, Jamie Brookes

  • Cross-Company Mentoring

    Main aims

    The objective of the 30% Club’s mentoring scheme is to offer and facilitate a cross-company, cross-sector mentoring programme that will complement existing schemes in the UK market and within individual organisations. The ultimate goal is to broaden the pipeline of female talent coming through participating organisations and make a step change to the number of women attaining senior leadership roles in their respective organisations.

    Now in its fourth year in the UK, the initiative has had tremendous success – this scheme represents the power of mentoring at its best. The cross-company mentoring scheme has recently extended to help build the pipeline and parity of women on sports boards, and now matches women leaders working in sporting organisations with male and female mentors who are leaders of corporate organisations. 

    Barring exceptional circumstances, we ask that organisations wishing to participate contribute a subscription fee in-line with the number of participants ranging from £4,000 to £8,000. The current cohort comprises circa 1200 participants across 60+ organisations. To watch a clip of last year's launch event please click here. For our scheme literature please click here.

    contact

    francoise.higson@anz.com

    Group leader

    Francoise Higson

  • Higher Education

    Main aims

    The Higher Education group focuses on diversity in universities and higher education establishments to encourage a pooling of ideas across both the corporate and the higher education sectors to reduce the gender gap across governing bodies and faculties, as well as to analyse and act to improve the experiences of female students.

    Please click here for a copy of the Think Future Study report, commissioned to better understand how university shapes career perceptions and trajectories and whether these vary depending on gender or socio-economic background. The report gives a current perspective on how universities can support Generation Z as they head towards the next stage of their lives, how businesses can best appeal to a generation with different expectations and aspirations and how to nurture this emerging talent stream.

    For an overview of our activities please click here for a copy of our most recent newsletter.
     

    contact

    francoise.higson@anz.com

    Group leader

    Anne Richards, Elizabeth Passey

  • International

    Main aims

    Assisting and advising international 30% Club groups on how best to get started; ensuring global consistency and adherence to the 30% Club brand and philosophy.

    contact

    marygoudie@hotmail.com

    Group leader

    Baroness Mary Goudie

  • Investors

    Main aims

    The 30% Club believes that it is important for investors to take into account the proportion of women on boards, when considering company reporting and appointments to the board. Thirty per cent is the figure widely agreed to mark the stage at which contributions of the minority group cease being representative of that particular group and start to be judged on their own merit – in other words, critical mass is achieved. We believe that once 30% is reached, the culture and practices of the board will have changed significantly and as a consequence, further progress towards true balance will naturally follow. The purpose of the group is to help coordinate the investment community’s approach to the issue, in particular:

    • to explain the investment case for more diverse boards and executive committees (and workforce in general?)
    • to encourage all investors to engage on the issue of board diversity with chairmen and management teams; and
    • to consider the issue when voting on the Report & Accounts and the appointment and re-election of board members.

    For a copy of the 30% Club Investor Group's Statement of Intent please click here.

    For a copy of the 30% Club Investor Group's Toolkit for Engaging Boards on Diversity please click here

    contact

    emma.howard.boyd@me.com
    Deborah.Gilshan@rpmi.co.uk

    Group leader

    Emma Howard Boyd & Deborah Gilshan

  • Professional Services Firms

    Main aims

    The Professional Services Firms’ Initiative is a group of 22 firms who work together to consider ways in which we can support efforts towards increasing gender balance in law firms, accountancy and consultancy. Set up in 2012, in partnership with McKinsey & Co, the group published a study on gender balance at senior levels in these firms. The study revealed that the lower representation of women at senior levels was not driven by disproportionate attrition rates but rather the rate of promotion. The report was a call to action and the group subsequently has focussed on three key areas of sponsorship, work allocation and agile working to develop a common perspective on these issues and provide practical guidance to firms. More recently, the group continues to expand its areas of focus, looking at the female Millenial perspective on the three focus areas and more broadly their experience of professional services firms. Please see this short film about the about the PSF initiative:

     

    contact

    ​caroline.carr@gs.com

    Group leader

    Caroline Carr

  • Speakers for Schools Partnership

    Main aims

    In January 2015, the 30% Club launched its collaboration with Speakers for Schools, a charity that organises free talks from eminent professionals and academics for state secondary schools and colleges, by delivering a series of over 20 talks from top business leaders, encouraging girls to see their potential in leadership positions. A host of leading industry executives gave the talks on the theme of ‘Equality Across the Board’ to teenagers to help encourage and make them aware that opportunities and workplaces are changing, especially for women, and gender should not prevent them from fulfilling their aspirations. This programme further develops the 30% Club’s ‘Schoolroom to Boardroom’ campaign, which aims to support young women prior to starting their career, and we warmly encourage our Members to sign up to the initiative and go out to speak in schools.

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    contact

    julia@gaiainnovation.com

    Group leader

    Julia Muir

  • Technology

    Main aims

    The main goal of the Technology group is to positively influence girls and women at all levels in their career to develop, grow and further their professional journey within the technology / IT industry. We are hoping that by staying within the industry and continually developing their career, the number of women leaders will continue to increase in tech companies and IT roles thereby offering greater opportunities to fill board positions in tech companies.

    contact

    melissa.didonato@gmail.com

    Group leader

    Melissa Di Donato

  • Women for Media

    Main aims

    Women for Media is a database of female leaders in business, finance, government and not-for-profit sectors who are available for media comment on key topics of the day. The database directly connects journalists to these experts with the aim of raising women’s profiles and visibility throughout the media and beyond, as well as providing journalists with easy access to senior female thought leaders. For more detailed information please see here

    contact

    wfm@30percentclub.org

    Group leader

    Niamh Corbett & Francoise Higson

  • Women Returners

    Main aims

    Potential female returners are a largely untapped talent pool and the 30% Club is looking to highlight the benefits of hiring professional women back into the workforce following an extended career break. Our principal aims are to:

    • raise awareness of women returner programmes
    • promote these programmes as a practical tool that works well in conjunction with other gender balance initiatives, and can have an immediate impact
    • facilitate connectivity between organisations that want to establish returner programmes and those who can support, as well as with other organisations who have existing programmes running
    • reinforce the message that encouraging women back to work is a good and first step and also requires continued changes to the work environment around flexibility which will not only increase the chances of the success of returnship programmes, but create a better working environment for all

    contact

    karin.barnick@kornferry.com
    nick.jarman@uk.pwc.com

    Group leader

    Karin Barnick & Nick Jarman

Events


upcoming


  • Savoy, London

    The 30% Club is partnering with HM Treasury and the Women in Finance Charter for this awards event.

    Of all the industries in which women are poorly represented at a senior level, finance and financial services have the biggest challenge to address.Despite making up more than half the finance workforce, women continue to dramatically lag behind their male counterparts in leadership roles.“Women account for 23 per cent of board members and just 14 per cent of executive committee members across UK-regulated financial services companies. But this is nowhere near ideal.”The Women in Finance Awards is the finance industry’s largest diversity initiative, recognising the high-achievers, advocates, and role models for women in the sector.  Organised by GrowthBusiness.co.uk and What Investment magazine, we aspire to see gender balance at all levels in the world of finance. This isn’t just a matter of corporate responsibility; it’s a matter of national urgency.The event will bring together key stakeholders to raise awareness of the sector’s diversity problem, further the gender balance agenda, as well as to celebrate inclusion, leadership and finance excellence.The lack of women in this sector is already taking toll on financial institutions, and the time to address this is now. Join us on 29th June 2017 for an evening of celebration and dialogue at the inaugural edition of the Women in Finance Awards.  

    Nominations for the 2017 Women in Finance Awards will close on 28 February 2017.
    The Women in Finance Awards is open to advocates, supporters, and achievers in the world of finance, actively bridging the diversity gap in the sector. But for this initiative to be a resounding a success, we need to know who you believe the women and advocates that deserve recognition are.
    So we urge you to nominate someone – a colleague, partner, client, friend, whomever in finance – you feel should be celebrated on this very special evening.
    The judges will convene two weeks before the awards ceremony to review all of the shortlisted nominations. They will decide the winners based on written submissions, supporting materials and video assets, so please include as much information as possible within the word limit. Whether you’re nominating yourself, or someone you believe should win, please fill out the nomination form using the criteria (accessible via the link below) of the category most relevant to your entry. Remember, the judges will refer to each criteria to guide their decisions, so shape your entry accordingly. Each written submission should be at least 600 words and a maximum of 1,000 words. There is no cost to nominate, and you can enter as many categories as you wish.

    To nominate and for event information, please see more detail here.


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  • Kindly hosted by Bloomberg, London

  • Kindly hosted by Standard Life, London

  • Australia House, London

    LAUNCH OF THE GPI GENDER BALANCE INDEX
    The 30% Club is partnering with the Official Monetary and Financial Institutions Forum (OMFIF) to launch their Global Public Investor Gender Balance Index on the 8th March in honour of International Women’s Day. The index tracks the balance between men and women in senior positions of central banks around the world.

    VENUE
    Australia House
    The Strand
    London
    8.15am - 10.30am

    PANELLISTS:
    Sandra Boss, Independent Director, Prudential Regulation Authority Board, Bank of England
    Joanna Place, Executive Director, Human Resources, Bank of England
    Vicky Pryce, Chief Economic Adviser, Centre for Economics and Business Research
    Anna Stupnytska, Blobal Economist -  Multi-Asset, Fidelity International
    Sam Reinhardt, Minister-Counsellor (Economic), Australian Treasury

    Please see further detail and register here (attendance is free of charge)

  • Bloomberg, London

    A One-Day Conference on 24th January 2017.

    30% Club is partnering with City and Financial Global for this event.
    30% Club Steering Committee members Helena Morrissey, Melanie Richards and Sarah Morris will join a stellar speaker line-up.

    20% discount – see below

    This conference will review the practical aspects of implementing HM Treasury’s Charter on Women in Finance Services, as well as promote effective corporate strategies for creating gender diversity at all levels of leadership. Its interactive format will offer attendees an opportunity to have a diverse and well-informed dialogue about the progression of women into senior roles in the financial services sector by focusing on the executive pipeline and the mid-tier level.

    Exclusive speaker line-up includes:

    • Simon Kirby MP, Economic Secretary, HM Treasury
    • Jayne-Anne Gadhia, CEO, Virgin Money
    • Amanda Pullinger, CEO, 100 Women in Finance
    • Elin Hurvenes, Founder & Chair, Professional Boards Forum AS
    • Janet Thomas, President, WIBF
    • Helena Morrissey CBE, Chair, Newton, Chair of The Investment Association (IA) and Founder 30% Club
    • Simon Lewis OBE, CEO, AFME
    • Huw Evans, Director General, ABI
    • Megan Butler, Director of Supervision – Investment, Wholesale and Specialist, & Member of The Executive Committee, FCA
    • Carolanne Minashi, Managing Director & Global Head of Diversity & Inclusion, UBS
    • Angela Sun, Head of Strategy and Corporate Development, Bloomberg
    • Sarah Morris, Group Chief People Officer, Aviva
    • Melanie Richards, A Founder Member, The 30 % Club Steering Committee & Vice Chair, KPMG
    • Marjorie Strachan, Global Head of Inclusion, RBS
    • Jacqueline de Rojas, President, Tech UK & Executive Vice President Northern Europe, Sage
    • Claire Cockerton, CEO, Plexal
    • Diane Côté, Group Chief Risk Officer, London Stock Exchange Group
    • Vivienne Artz, Managing Director, Citigroup, Co-Chair and Steering Committee, City Women Network London & Champion for Women, The 19th Women in Banking and Finance and Finance Awards for Achievement
    • Kate Grussing, Managing Director, Sapphire Partners
    • Anna Janczak, Head of Diversity and Inclusion, Prudential
    • Susanne Chishti, CEO & Founder, FINTECH Circle
    • Heather Jackson, Founder & Chair An Inspirational Journey; Boards Trustee, Employers Network for Equality & Inclusion
    • Laura Bailey, CEO & Co-Founder, Zerado & Women in Fintech 2016 Powerlist
       

    Key topics are:

    • What is the UK Government’s strategy for ensuring that the potential of women in the boardroom and in the senior management of the financial services industry is being realised?
    • Enhancing female leadership, empowering productivity and harnessing the talents of women in financial services                                
    • Reviewing European approaches to tackle the underrepresentation of women at the top of regional businesses
    • Forging the path to greater diversity. Is your firm’s diversity programme making an essential contribution to the career progression of women in your organisation? How will Brexit affect gender diversity in the City?
    • Creating a framework in your company for successful delivery of your women’s talent strategy: key considerations for the financial services sector
    • What are the key components to a successful career in the financial services industry? Insights from successful women in the financial services world

    As demand for attendance at the event is likely to be high, early booking is recommended.
    The full event programme and confirmed speakers can be viewed on the event website by clicking the link below.

    Cost:

    • Delegate Fee: £595 + VAT. Discounted fee with code: £476.00 + VAT
    • Use code WIF1-30% at the submit payment stage if booking online or email bookings@cityandfinancial.com or telephone +44 (0) 1932 340115 quoting the code in either instance.
    • Website: (includes speaker list, programme, registration fees etc.) https://www.cityandfinancialconferences.com/womeninfinance2017

    Should you experience any difficulties or have any queries relating to the event please contact Paul Hooper on 01932 340115, or email phooper@cityandfinancial.com.

  • Hosted by ICAEW, London

    Women Returners is a UK consulting, coaching and network organisation which enables professional women to return to work after an extended break, and  the pioneer of UK ‘returnship’ programmes. They have launched the first Women Returners Conference which will be held in Central London on 14th November 2016. It will be a day of inspiration, advice and support, specifically designed for returners to the workplace. Alongside a range of workshops, panels and speaker sessions, there will be a variety of networking opportunities with like-minded peers and corporate sponsor organisations. The Conference is hosted by the ICAEW and supported by the 30% Club, with Credit Suisse, Skanska, O2 and PwC as lead sponsors. The event is relevant to returners across sectors: finance, law, tech, engineering, marketing, retail or any other professional area. Keynote speakers are Brenda Trenowden, Global Chair of 30% Club, Jane Garvey, Presenter of Woman’s Hour,  and Julianne Miles, Co-Founder & MD of Women Returners. For more information see Women Returners Conference or contact Julianne on info@womenreturners.com. If any organisations are interested in attracting the relatively untapped talent pool of women on career break, opportunities are available to sponsor the Conference.

  • Loughborough University, Loughborough

  • Kindly hosted by London Stock Exchange, London

  • Central Hall Westminster, London

    Event details:
    Time | 4.30pm – 8.30pm
     

    Draft Agenda
    4.30pm – Arrival and registration
    5.00pm – Welcome, Brenda Trenowden, 30% Club Global Chair
    5.20pm – Keynote, Helena Morrissey, 30% Club Founder
    5.40pm –30% Club Programme overview, Rebecca Davies, Managing Partner Women Ahead
    5.50pm – Mentor and mentee panel, Women Ahead
    6.20pm – Closing comments/scholarship awards
    6.30pm – 8.30pm – Drinks and networking with special keynote talk

  • St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel, London


    The 30% Club is partnering with The Financial Times on its Women at the Top summit which aims to advance the debate on improving gender balance in business and give new impetus to the movement, drawing on the day’s discussions to lay out ways for participants to change their organisations. hrough practical examples, insight from business leaders and interactive dialogue, the summit will address the hurdles companies face as they seek to develop their most talented leaders, regardless of gender. Speakers and panellists will examine and debate issues including changing career structures, how to address the leaking employee pipeline, how to tackle unconscious bias and the characteristics that will define tomorrow’s leaders. Some of the speakers include: Helena MorrisseyFounder, 30% Club & Chair, Newton Investment Management; Heather McGregorFounding Member, 30% Club Steering Commmittee & Managing Director, Taylor Bennett; Justine Greening, Secretary of State for education and Minister for Women and Equality; Margrethe Vestager, European Commissioner for Competition, European Commission; Gavin Patterson, Chief Executive Officer, BT; Charlotte Hogg, Deputy Governor and Chief Operating Officer, Bank of England; Monica Lewinsky,Social Activist and many more. 
    Book your tickets for £1,500 + VAT to attend - 30% Club Members are eligible for a 15% discount code: please email Francoise Higson

  • Kindly hosted by KPMG, London

    In 2015, the Davies Review put forward its closing recommendations and suggested that cross-sector appointments could help to improve the gender and professional diversity of boards. The latest data from Cranfield University’s Female FTSE Report 2016 shows that while the percentage of women on FTSE 100 boards has increased to 26% and to 20.4% on the FTSE 250 boards this year, the percentage of new appointments going to women over the past six months is only 24.7%. This is the lowest since September 2011.

    Better gender diversity at board level is a priority for UK businesses and universities. While both sectors have made big improvements, there is much more to be done. So far there has been little research into the exchange of board-level talent between businesses and academia. In response, KPMG and the 30% Club commissioned Professor Simonetta Manfredi, Director of the Centre for Diversity Policy Research and Practice at Oxford Brookes University, to conduct a study into this issue.

    Professor Simonetta Manfredi will be presenting the compelling findings of this report at this event kindly hosted by KPMG. This will be followed by a panel discussion, where Simonetta will be joined by business leaders including Anne Richards, Chief Executive Officer at M&G Group PLC.
     

  • Kindly hosted by Somerset House, London

  • Kindly hosted by Salesforce Tower, London

    Salesforce, 30% Club, Heidrick & Struggles and TechUK invite you to a discussion about Leadership in the Technology Sector.
    We will be joined by a panel of speakers to discuss trailblazing women who have developed their career in the Technology sector and share insights about inspiring leadership talent. Places are limited, so please register here to reserve your space.

    Date
    Tuesday 27th September 2016
    Agenda
    17:30 Arrival & Networking
    18:00 Panel Session
    19:00 Networking
    20:00 Close
    Venue
    Salesforce Tower
    110 Bishopgsgate
    London EC2N 4AY
    Dress Code
    Business Attire

  • Kindly hosted by Rothschild, London

  • Kindly hosted by the LTA, Roehampton

    Theme: Geraint Thomas will be delivering a session on personal brand.

  • Milton Court, Barbican

  • Kindly hosted by Deloitte, London

  • Kindly hosted by BDO, London

    Theme: tbc

  • Kindly hosted by the Canary Wharf Group at its fintech accelerator, ‘Level39’.

  • Kindly hosted by EY, London

    Theme: tbc

  • Kindly hosted by HSBC, London

  • Copthorne Tara Hotel, London Kensington

    Conference Dates: 14 - 15 March 2016
    Conference Title: Business empowerment, leadership and career advancement for women leaders, managers and next-generation leaders
    Speakers: 30% Club Steering Committee members speaking at the conference include Brenda Trenowden, Melanie Richards, Caroline Carr, Melissa Di Donato and Niamh Corbett.
    Registration: for further details and to register please click here
    Please note that an additional 10% discount on top of the Early Bird discount is availabole to 30% Club Members - please email  info@30percentclub.org to request the discount code.

  • Kindly hosted by Slaughter & May, London

    ​Theme: tbc

  • Kindly hosted by KPMG, London

  • Kindly hosted by HSBC, London

  • Kindly hosted by Freshfields, London

    Theme: Ego & Eco Intelligence
    Keynote speaker: Sharon Oliver – Ashridge Executive Education. Sharon holds an MA in Organisational Psychology. Her key areas of specialisation include: Developing internal resourcefulness, Managing emotional diet, Building HR capacity, Managing polarities, Discovering success DNA, Mindfulness, EQ and SQ, The Levity effect (fun and Laughter at work), Heart Intelligence, Women in Global Leadership. She is a Master Practitioner in NLP (neuro-linguistic programming).

    Rather than feeling that leaders have to have all the answers, and directing things from the outside through command and control, using their own ego strength and energy (ego-intelligent leaders), eco-intelligent leaders see themselves as catalysts within an inter-dependent eco-system. Sharon’s talk will explore how leaders can bring eco-intelligence to bear on their day-to-day work and create self-sustaining eco-systems where staff can find higher levels of self- expression and purpose.


     

  • The University Women's Club, London

  • Kindly hosted by Bloomberg, London

  • Kindly hosted by Linklaters, London

    Keynote speaker: Kathy Harvey - Director of Executive Degree Programmes and Executive MBA Director at Saïd Business School. Kathy was previously responsible for the design and development of postgraduate diplomas and open enrolment programmes within Executive Education, including an innovative Management Acceleration Programme for mid-career managers. She teaches crisis and stakeholder management and coaches participants.
    Kathy has over twenty years' experience of working for leading international organisations. Before joining Saïd Business School she worked as a journalist and consultant, coaching senior executives and leading the strategic development of executive programmes for managers across the private and public sectors. Her clients include investment banks, NHS trusts, government departments and professional associations.Kathy began her career working for the BBC as both a producer and reporter. She spent six years as a political correspondent, interviewing many leading political figures from Tony Blair, Margaret Thatcher and Gordon Brown, to Nelson Mandela and Gerry Adams. She has also worked as a commissioning editor for a UK national newspaper and has written for the Sunday Times, Financial Times and a variety of specialist publications.
    Theme: Networks and the ways in which we can create successful networks as a means of extending our influence and enhancing organisational effectiveness. Kathy will examine the ways to avoid gaps in all our networks and will offer the chance to think afresh about how to reach across boundaries to build lasting and powerful alliances.


     

  • Kindly hosted by Linklaters, London

    Keynote speaker: Kathy Harvey - Director of Executive Degree Programmes and Executive MBA Director at Saïd Business School. Kathy was previously responsible for the design and development of postgraduate diplomas and open enrolment programmes within Executive Education, including an innovative Management Acceleration Programme for mid-career managers. She teaches crisis and stakeholder management and coaches participants.
    Kathy has over twenty years' experience of working for leading international organisations. Before joining Saïd Business School she worked as a journalist and consultant, coaching senior executives and leading the strategic development of executive programmes for managers across the private and public sectors. Her clients include investment banks, NHS trusts, government departments and professional associations.Kathy began her career working for the BBC as both a producer and reporter. She spent six years as a political correspondent, interviewing many leading political figures from Tony Blair, Margaret Thatcher and Gordon Brown, to Nelson Mandela and Gerry Adams. She has also worked as a commissioning editor for a UK national newspaper and has written for the Sunday Times, Financial Times and a variety of specialist publications.
    ​Theme: Networks and the ways in which we can create successful networks as a means of extending our influence and enhancing organisational effectiveness. Kathy will examine the ways to avoid gaps in all our networks and will offer the chance to think afresh about how to reach across boundaries to build lasting and powerful alliances.

  • Oxford Brookes University, Oxford

  • Kindly hosted by Oliver Wyman, London

    Theme: Getting Things Done
    Keynote speaker: Judy Goldberg, Design and Delivery lead at Women Ahead and is a mentee masterclass on how to create space for your mentoring meetings, using the ground-breaking methodology Getting Things Done.

  • The University Women's Club, London

  • Milton Court, Barbican

  • Milton Court, Barbican

  • Kindly hosted by Reed Smith, London

    Lord Browne and Carolyn McCall will be discussing the challenges shared by female and LGBT executives on their leadership journeys. Former chief executive of BP and author of The Glass Closet, Lord Browne has become a key figure in making the business case for LGBT inclusion and as CEO of easyJet, Carolyn McCall is currently one of only six female CEOs of a FTSE100 company. The discussion will be facilitated by Paul Brand, Political Correspondent, ITV News.

  • Kindly hosted by EY, London

  • Kindly hosted by Deloitte, London

    ​For a copy of the event programme please click here. To view the short 30% Club film that was featured please click here.

  • The University Women's Club, London

  • Kindly hosted by J Stern & Co, London

  • The University Women's Club, London

  • Ham Yard Hotel, London

    Click here for event details.

  • Kindly hosted by Newton Investement Management, London

  • KPMG, London

  • Cambridge University, Cambridge

    Announcement of Student Aspiration Survey pilot results, please click here for a copy of the report.

  • 8 Northumberland Avenue, London

    Keynote speaker: Patsy Rodenberg, OBE

  • Said University, Oxford

  • London


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