These four charts show the progress women are making in the FTSE 100

We’re at an all-time high for women on FTSE 100 boards

The UK could well meet the government’s target of having 25% of FTSE 100 boards made up of women by the end of the year.

We’re currently at 23.5%, a rise on 2014’s 20.7%, according to research by Cranfield School of Management.

FTSE 100 board positions

But still only five women are CEOs of FTSE 100 companies

Number of female CEOs

The best company for having women on its board was Diageo – however, women still made up only 45% of the board.

Of the FTSE 100, Coca-Cola was the worst with just 7.7% of its board made up of women.

FTSE100 female exec directors

Women on boards in Europe


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