FTSE 100 companies have embraced, even exceeded, Lord Davies’ target of 25 per cent female representation at board level. But that’s only half the work done, say Peninah Thomson OBE and Clare Laurent. Now we need to focus on better diversity throughout executive committee structures By Peninah Thomson OBE and Clare Laurent   The final report of the Davies Review has confirmed that FTSE 100 companies have exceeded the target set by Lord Davies in 2011 of 25 per cent female representation on FTSE 100 boards. At that time, only 135 of 1,076 (12.5...

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