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30% Club Malaysia has announced the appointment of Ami Moris, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Maybank Kim Eng Group, the investment banking arm of Malayan Banking Berhad (Maybank), as its Chair.
The 30% Club Ireland has launched a new initiative to encourage school and college students find out more about the diverse range of roles and career opportunities in the Financial Services Industry.
The 30% Club has welcomed Reach to our membership, becoming the first UK news publisher to explicitly commit to at least 30% women on its board and senior management team by 2023, while also committing to greater representation for people of colour.
The 30% Club is searching for a dedicated Assistant Campaign Coordinator to support the continued growth of the campaign in the UK and around the world.
The 30% Club is launching in Poland today. Its goal is to increase the representation of women to at least 30% of management and supervisory boards combined in 140 of the largest Polish listed companies by 2030.
The campaign also has an intermediate goal of 20% female participation in the governing bodies of WIG20, mWIG40 and sWIG80 companies by 2025 and the absence of all-male boards among those companies. At the end of 2020, the share of women on boards of those companies was only 15.5%.
CEOs and chairs of listed companies or companies with more than 100 employees are invited to join 30% Club Poland.
The 30% Club has partnerd with Inclusion Labs' Decade of Diversity Initiative to advance diversity and inclusion on school boards of governors - often an idividual's first step towards a seat on a corporate board.
Ann Cairns, our global chair, said: "The 30% Club is proud to be a strategic partner of Inclusion Labs and joining the steering committee of this fantastic initiative to make sure school governor boards become more representative of the communities they serve. Diversity of thought and leadership bring about better outcomes for all."
Black women are the least likely to be among the UK’s top earners compared to any other racial or gender group, according to a new report from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) and supported by the 30% Club.
The 30% Club is delighted to announce there are now no all-male boards left across the FTSE 350. The development emerges as we publish our latest monthly statistics - courtesy of BoardEx - on female representation across the boardrooms and executive committees of companies listed on the FTSE 100 and FTSE 250.