Board diversity reporting

Sealy, R, Page, A, Tilbury, L and Opara, V (2018) Board diversity reporting. Financial Reporting Council.

Abstract

The majority of the UK’s largest companies have adopted policies on boardroom diversity but their reporting to stakeholders needs to improve. Research conducted for the Financial Reporting Council (FRC) by the University of Exeter Business School shows that only 15% of FTSE100 companies fully complied with the UK Corporate Governance Code’s provision on diversity reporting by describing their policy on diversity, the process for board appointments, their objectives for implementing the policy, and progress on achieving them.

Item Type: Commissioned Report
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The full text of the report is available from the URLs below.

The analysis in this report was prepared by Professor Ruth Sealy, Associate Professor of Management & Director of Exeter Centre for Leadership, with grateful thanks to Aaron Page, Louise Tilbury and Victoria Opara at University of Exeter Business School, for their time and assistance with this research.

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Date Deposited: 24 Sep 2018 16:06
Last Modified: 24 Sep 2018 16:31
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