IA 'red cards' 94 FTSE businesses for gender diversity shortfalls

Including SJP and investment trusts

The IA found 56% of asset managers engaged with UK companies on gender diversity

The IA found 56% of asset managers engaged with UK companies on gender diversity

The Investment Association (IA) has handed 'red cards' to 94 FTSE-listed companies, including SJP and a number of investment trusts, for a "serious breach" of the guidelines around gender diversity on boards.

Naming and shaming the companies, the IA has compiled a list of groups receiving 'red' and 'amber' warnings for their lack of gender diversity, including 14 investment trusts. The IA said it continually...

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