Women in banking sector face a ‘double glass ceiling’


The research was conducted by SKEMA Business School Observatory on the Feminisation of Companies

WOMEN IN banking face a ‘double glass ceiling’; one when being promoted to management and another when being promoted to executive roles, according to new research from the SKEMA Business School Observatory on the Feminisation of Companies.

Although women make up 52% of banking sector employees globally, they average only 38% of middle managers and 16% of executive committees.

These are the findings of Professor Michel Ferrary’s ‘Gender Diversity in the Banking Industry’ report, which examined the female representation of 71 banks in 20 countries.

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The Voice Online - Wed, 21 Mar 2018 19:00:00 +0000

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