Lord Davies Reports

Lord Davies Reports

Women on boards: 5 year summary

Lord Davies, 2015
This publication gives a summary of the voluntary, business led, approach to increase representation of women on FTSE 100 boards to at least 25% by 2015. The report also sets out Lord Davies’s next step recommendations for further work in this area. Read more

Women on boards Davies Review Annual Report 

Lord Davies, 2015
This reports looks at where we are now: FTSE 100 Boards 23.5% women and 76.5% men. Balanced boards mean better business. Read more

Women on boards: FTSE 100 boards

Lord Davies, 2012
Over the last year we have seen an unprecedented pace of change in the boardrooms of UK plc. We have seen a growing recognition of the importance of including more women in decision-making roles and of the benefits gained by society, the economy and business in doing so. Read more

Women on boards

Lord Davies of Abersoch, 2011
Concerned about the slow rate of progress, the incoming UK Government pledged in the Coalition Government Agreement to “look to promote gender equality on the boards of listed companies”. As a first step Edward Davey, the Business Minister and Lynne Featherstone, the Minister for Women, invited Lord Davies of Abersoch to undertake a review of the current situation, to identify the barriers preventing more women reaching the boardroom and to make recommendations regarding what government and business could do to increase the proportion of women on corporate boards. Read more