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The women who are in line to chair Britian’s biggest companies

March 12, 2015
Diversity & Inclusion
The statistic to watch — as the Davies Review prepares to release its latest data on the number of women on the boards of Britain’s biggest listed companies — may well be the number of female chairmen. It can hardly fail to increase: just three FTSE 100 companies are currently chaired by women.
 
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