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Pin Arboledas, José R.; Gallifa, Ángela; Alvaro, C.
The number of women on the executive boards of Ibex-35 companies has more than doubled since 2008. Even so, women still represent only 13 percent of board members, far short of the European Commission's 40 percent target. This is just one of the findings of an annual report on good governance in Spain, which also registered falling participation among shareholders.
Pin Arboledas, José R.; Gallifa, A.; Alvaro, C.; Vilanova, Núria
The number of women sitting on the boards of Spain's benchmark stock exchange companies rose slightly in 2011. Even so, the average representation of female board members still languishes at just over 10 percent. This is one of the findings of the 2011 report on general shareholders' meetings published by the Good Governance and Company Ownership Forum.