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McKinsey study at the 30% Club Leadership Forum reveals real progress as key aspects of gender balance in UK Professional Services partnerships start to shift
The survey examines the influence of university experiences on student aspirations.
Review recommends increasing the board target to 33% and extending from FTSE 100 to FTSE 250
Two champions of gender equality came together last week in a seminar hosted by Oxford Brookes University on the progress of women on company boards. Lord Davies of Abersoch & Helena Morrissey focus beyond 2015.
Helena Morrissey CBE, CEO Newton Investment Management and Founder of the 30% Club commenting on the expected announcement by Justice Commissioner Viviane Reding to introduce quotas to increase the number of women on the boards of public companies, said:
30% Club marks progress and plans for the future at Fifth Annual Chairs’ Event
8 July 2015, London - The 30% Club, alongside key supporters from business, government, media, and the Davies Steering Committee convened on Monday to celebrate the significant progress that has been made in gender diversity across the UK and abroad. The event, which was hosted by Deloitte and themed ‘Everyday inclusion’ marked the 30% Club’s fifth anniversary, and saw members update on their key achievements and plans for the future, as the UK verges on reaching the 25% women on board target recommended by Lord Davies.
London, 24th June 2015 – The 30% Club has launched five new key initiatives for women and girls in technology. The five programmes – created by the 30% Club’s Technology Working Group, led by Melissa Di Donato, VP EMEA and APAC at Salesforce – are intended to achieve better gender balance at all levels of organisations. All initiatives will have a component that is dedicated to inclusion, access and unconscious bias across the UK.