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Document Type: Report
Title: The Female FTSE Board Report 2009: Norway and Spain join our census to benchmark corporate boards
Authors: Sealy, Ruth
Vinnicombe, Susan
Doldor, Elena
Issue Date: 2009
Citation: Ruth Sealy, Susan Vinnicombe and Elena Doldor. The Female FTSE Board Report 2009, International Centre for Women Leaders at the Cranfield School of Management
Abstract: 2009 marks our eleventh annual report with a small incremental increase in the percentage of women on boards. Overall, there are 12.2% women directors on the FTSE 100 boards. There is a discouraging decline in the number of companies with female executive directors to 15 (from 16). Also disappointing is a decline in the number of boards with multiple women directors to 37 (from 39). In addition there is a decline in the overall number of companies with women on boards, and once again one in four companies have exclusively male boards.
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