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  Female board members wanted: Spain is still far from gender parity

Atrevia; IESE Female representation on the boards of Spain's listed companies continues to grow, but still trails behind the 2020 objectives. Read article

  Spain lags behind Europe in terms of women on boards

Atrevia; IESE There were a few more female directors on the boards of Spanish companies last year, but women's representation continues to fall short of European averages and 2020 objectives. Read article

  Slow Progress for Women on Spanish Boards

Atrevia; IESE The percentage of women on the boards of Spanish listed companies continues to climb, but it is still far below 2020 goals. What's more, almost half of Spain's listed companies have only one or no female directors. Read article

  Bumping Up Against a Glass Ceiling on Spanish Boards

Atrevia; ICWF - Centro Internacional Trabajo y Familia Cellnex Telecom was the only public company tracked by Spain's benchmark IBEX-35 index that had no female directors as of February 2017. Although Cellnex has announced plans to rectify this, achieving gender diversity on Spain's boards has been slow -- with female representation climbing only a token 1.1 percent last year. Read article

  Women Make Gains on Spanish Boards

Atrevia; ICWF - Centro Internacional Trabajo y Familia Women's presence on the boards steering Spain's 35 most visible companies has nearly doubled since 2010 -- from 11 to 20 percent. A report by IESE and Atrevia counts the chairs and names the companies where the most women can now be found. Read article

  A Modest Advance for Women on Spain's Shrinking Boards

Atrevia; ICWF - Centro Internacional Trabajo y Familia Women's presence on Spain's highest profile corporate boards is increasing slowly. Female directors occupy 17.3 percent of board seats for the benchmark IBEX 35 companies, but that is still three points below the EU average. FCC, Jazztel and REE follow the European Commission's recommendation that 40 percent of outside directors be female. Read article
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