Proportion of women in senior FCA positions edges up

Still 66% women in lower quartile

Sophie King
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The proportion of women working in the highest-paid quartile at the FCA has increased by three percentage points over the last year
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The proportion of women working in the highest-paid quartile at the FCA has increased by three percentage points over the last year

The proportion of women working in the highest-paid quartile at the FCA has increased by three percentage points over the last year, data from the regulator has shown.

Today (19 November), the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) published data on progress over the past year towards its diversity targets and closing the gender pay gap within the organisation. Last year,...

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