RegulationCorporate GovernanceVoting set to close in our ‘female board quotas’ Debate

Voting set to close in our 'female board quotas' Debate

Vote and comment in the latest Accountancy Age Debate

Voting set to close in our ‘female board quotas’ Debate

IT’S THE LAST CHANCE to vote and comment in the latest Accountancy Age Debate.

Running over the course of the week, the ‘Mandatory targets are essential to place more women into senior roles’ debate voting closes at 1200pm on Friday.

View the Debate now to read the closing statements from debate proposer Frances O’Grady, TUC general secretary, and opposer Melanie Richards, KPMG partner. Make your vote count.

Click here to view the Debate and take part

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