Revealed: The 48 FTSE 250 companies with all-male boards

Forty-eight more women are needed on boards of Britain’s top companies to meet the government’s target of 25% female representation on boards of FTSE 100 companies.

According to the 2014 Cranfield Female FTSE board report, just two FTSE 100 companies still have all male boards compares to five in 2011.

However, there are still 48 FTSE 250 companies with all-male boards.

Professor Susan Vinnicombe, director of the Cranfield International Centre for Women Leaders, says that “whilst it is extremely encouraging to see the overall figures moving in the right direction, the issue still remains that women are not being appointed to executive positions”.

The FTSE 250 companies with all-male boards:

3I Infrastructure

888 Holdings

Al Noor Hospitals Group

Bank of Georgia Holdings

BH Global

6 BH Macro

Blackrock World Mining Trust

Bluecrest AllBlue Fund

Bovis Homes Group

Caledonia Investments

Centamin

City of London Investment Trust

Daejan Holdings

Domino Printing Sciences 

Enterprise Inns

Entertainment One

Essar Energy

Ferrexpo

Firstgroup

Fisher (James) & Sons

Genus

Hansteen Holdings

Hellermantyton

Herald Investment Trust

Hikma Pharmaceuticals

Hunting

Imagination Technologies

IP Group

JD Sports

John Laing Infrastructure Fund

Kcom Group

Kentz Corp

Londonmetric Property

Merchants Trust

Merlin Entertainments

Partnership

Paypoint

Perpetual Income Growth & Investment Trust

Personal Assets Trust

Petra Diamonds

Restaurant Group 

Riverstone Energy

Scottish Investment Trust

Synthomer

Telecom Plus (Utility Warehouse)

Temple Emerging Markets Investment Trust

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