Hampton-Alexander Reports

Following the first report in 2016, our reports are published annually each November.

2019 Report

In November 2019 we published the forth annual Hampton-Alexander Review report. The report details the progress which has been made and shines a spotlight on emerging best practice. It also calls out the action which needs to be taken to achieve the target of 33% representation of women on FTSE 350 boards and in senior leadership by the end of 2020.

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In the Media

women-in-top-roles‘Little sign of change’ for number of women in top roles
There is “little sign of change” in women being under-represented in top jobs in business, a government-backed review has found
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ftse-chiefsHalf of new FTSE 100 chiefs must be women to hit gender target
Half of new FTSE 100 chiefs must be women to hit gender target
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women-leaders‘There still aren’t enough women leaders’, Hampton-Alexander review finds
Almost a third of all boardroom positions at Britain’s biggest companies are now held by women but female representation in management roles is still inadequate
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2018 Report Launch 13th November 2018

Denise Wilson’s Speech (2018)

Sir Philip Hampton’s Speech (2018)

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