Business Process-as-a-Service (BPaaS) Market Size Report Top Countries Research trends, Share, Manufactures, Detailed Analysis, Applications and forecasts up to 2026

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Oct 08, 2020 (The Expresswire) —
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Britain’s finance sector too slow to hire women to top jobs

LONDON (Reuters) – Britain’s finance ministry wants more ambitious diversity targets at financial firms as the pace of hiring women to top jobs is too slow, a review said on Tuesday.

A Women in Finance charter was launched in 2016 by the finance ministry in a bid to improve diversity in the financial sector where just 14% of executive committee members were women in 2015.

More than 370 firms with over 900,000 employees in total have signed up to the charter and commit themselves to voluntary diversity targets.

A review by New Financial think tank of 187 of the firms found that only a third have met or exceeded their own targets.

Women make up 32% of senior management on average, still short of the 33% minimum target the finance ministry would like to see for all signatories, the review said.

“I am determined to see the financial services sector

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