EU, Financials, Policy and Regulation, UK

Female participation in UK finance more than 30% down since 1997

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While the share of women working in the UK finance sector rose from the 1970s until 1991, it has been decreasing ever since. (Photo: Fizkes/Dreamstime)

New report highlights women's persistent challenges in reaching senior positions and mirrors the findings of similar research across Europe. Analysis from the London Stock Exchange and the Centre for Economics and Business Research has revealed a decades-long decline in the overall participation of women in the UK’s finance sector, on ...

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