Financial Times – Lorraine Kron du Luart

French boards rush to meet quotas for female membership


France’s traditionally male-dominated companies are scrambling to appoint women to their boards in time to hit ambitious legal quotas on female representation by next year’s deadline.
Women account for 28 of the 44 board appointments that the members of the CAC 40 index have so far proposed for approval at their general meetings this year, according to proxy adviser Proxinvest.

This article was initially published in the Financial Times on Tuesday 22nd March 2016, Lorraine Kron du Luart (ES&P Paris office) is quoted in the article.

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