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Are women simply 'tokens' on Boards?

Change is slowly starting to happen when it comes to seeing more female representation in Board positions.

For example, according to statistics released by the government-commissioned Hampton-Alexander review, FTSE 250 could meet the target of 33 per cent of board positions going to women by 2020.

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