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    2. FTSE Firms Given Diversity Target of 40% Women on Boards

      FTSE Firms Given Diversity Target of 40% Women on Boards
      The UKs financial watchdog has set diversity targets for FTSE listed companies, including that 40% of boards should be women. The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has finalised rules requiring listed companies to report information and disclose against targets on the representation of women and ethnic minorities on their boards and executive management...
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    3. More Women on Boards Lead to Less Corporate Wrongdoing

      More Women on Boards Lead to Less Corporate Wrongdoing
      The so-called opportunity theory suggests that women are statistically underrepresented in white-collar offenses because they are underrepresented in higher corporate echelons. A forthcoming paper refutes that theory, providing empirical evidence of the positive effects that gender balancing in the boardroom can have on corporate behavior...
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    1. Seeing the enormous progress made by these 10 top FTSE 100 companies demonstrates that the UK's voluntary, business-led approach is working. Our target of 25% women on boards by 2015 is in sight.
      In Cable: Still Not Enough Women On UK Boards
    2. We felt all the focus was on getting women on boards.
      In Women Don't Get to Run Top Board Committees
    3. Global companies in other leading financial markets are already seeing 30 to 40 percent women board participation, having experienced and appreciated the contributions of women on boards.
      In Singapore Wants to Double Women on Company Boards in 3 Years