Boardrooms that see with everybody’s eyes
Charlotte Valeur believes that getting the right balance in the boardroom is not just about getting more women involved.
LAST month a report was published in the UK suggesting that in future 30% of board directorships should be held by women.
The Davies review, widely publicised in the national media, is the culmination of five years of monitoring boardroom balance at the highest level. In some ways the findings are positive, showing that 26% of board directors of the FTSE 100 companies are now women – double the number that existed in 2009.