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Women and Equalities Committee
Follow-up inquiry to the inquiry on Women in executive management.
To see the Committee's previous work on this inquiry, please visit the Women in executive management inquiry page from the last Parliament.
There is significant under-representation of women in executive levels. For example, less than 10% of FTSE 100 companies have a female CEO. The Women and Equalities Committee will build on its recent work on this issue with a one-off evidence session looking at:
Evidence given by Professor Sue Vinnicombe CBE, Cranfield School of Management, Professor Ruth Sealy, University of Exeter Business School, Denise Wilson OBE, CEO, Hampton-Alexander Review
There are currently no public meetings scheduled.