The Boards of PE Portfolio Companies

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Recently, BoardEx surveyed the portfolio companies in its system, about 15,000 in total, finding that the PE representatives on boards tend to be younger and are more likely to be male.

In the surveyed universe, 10.4% of all board members are women, while only 5.4% of non-executive directors representing PE firms on the boards are women.

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