Mujeres en los Consejos de las Empresas Cotizadas

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(CC) Mihai Eustatiu/FreeimagesThe number of female directors on the boards of listed companies in Spain rose 3.9 percent during 2018 to reach a total of 268. This represents 20.3 percent of the total number of board members.

The seventh annual report on the topic, prepared by IESE and Atrevia, highlights that these numbers still fall far short of the recommendation by Spain’s National Securities Market Commission that women should occupy at least 30 percent of board seats by 2020.

To access the full report, visit the IESE Insight website.