BoardEx Publishes its Annual Gender Analysis

A detailed look at diversity trends of the world's leading markets.

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The countries chosen have mature markets where data is available, and the top index was chosen to represent each country. This was done to have meaningful comparisons and because the larger companies are the drivers for change on gender diversity. These companies are under the most scrutiny to address this issue.

Data source: BoardEx, December 2019.

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