Investment Week | Board gender parity delayed to 2059 at current pace
5th September 2017 24 seconds read
Following the launch of our annual Leadership 10,000 report and our inaugural FTSE100 Leadership Diversity Index, Forbes comments on the reluctance of FTSE 100 organisations to budge from the entrenched status quo when it comes to their composition. Likening the findings of the report to those of the Social Mobility Commission, which depicted Britain as a “deeply elitist society,” Forbes quotes Sir John Parker whose government-backed independent review, recommends that no FTSE 100 board should be exclusively white by 2020.
This article featured in Forbes on August 16th, 2017. To read the full Forbes article, click here.