Major financial services firms step up efforts to tackle gender gap


Tue, 11 Oct 2016

Financial services firms who agreed to publish progress on gender balance, as part of the Government's Women in Finance Charter, have now published gender strategies. Of the 72 who signed the charter, 60 have committed to having at least 30% of women in senior roles by 2021, whilst 13 organisations including Virgin Money, the Financial Conduct Authority and Legal and General are aiming for parity in senior roles.




Category: Financial Services »  Keyword(s): Gender equality, Employment. Area(s) of law: Employment; Corporate and Commercial Law; Banking.
Source: Treasury

 

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