Poland ahead of Germany, Belgium, France in share of women in management boards.

By bne IntelliNews March 7, 2012
Poland is ahead of Germany, Belgium or France in terms of the share of women in management boards of listed companies, according to a report by advisory Deloitte. In Poland, women constitute 12.2% of listed companies' management line-ups compared to Germany's 10.5%, Belgium's 5.8% and France's 9.5%. Poland's share is the same as in the U.S. Still, merely 6% of companies quoted on the Warsaw Stock Exchange (WSE) are headed by female presidents, Deloitte also noted.

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