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What does it take to become a female partner?

Who's made it, how did they get there and how much do they earn? Here's what it takes to become a female partner in accountancy firms

Who’s made it, how did they get there and how much do they earn? Here’s what
it takes to become a female partner in accountancy firms.

Percentage of female partners in top 50
accountancy firms

Download the Top 50 pdf to see the numbers

Bonney is Big Four’s first female tax
head

KPMG appoints Sue Bonney as head of tax, making her the first female tax boss at
a Big Four firm

PwC boosts female partner numbers

Big Four firm boosts diversity with partnership announcement

Equality’s not just a pipe dream
Male domination of the profession will one day be over

RSM International appoints first female
CEO

Former chief operating officer to head network from January

Are women’s career ambitions still held
back?

Until companies change their culture, women will not reach the top, says Dr Val
Singh. Women can no longer blame the patriarchal society, argues Sally Toumi

Boards fail diversity test
New survey show boards still have few people from ethnic minorities, with
women also under-represented

What glass ceiling?
On the frontline: as fearless with her hobbies as she is as FD of Pearson,
44-year-old Rona Farihead is already part of the FTSE elite.

Boards still lack female faces
A third of Britain’s leading companies still has no women on their board,
according to figures published today

Women missing out on pensions
Women are losing out when it comes to pensions, with the prospect of young women
having as little cash in their old age as their great grandmothers did

Insider – Bring women on board
There are not enough women in the boardroom – and it will take more than
tokenism to sort out the imbalance

Move to boost number of female executives
Ministers have teamed up with the private sector to devise a plan to boost the
number of women in boardrooms

FTSE100 women FDs cut to three
Alison Reed, one of the few remaining female finance directors in the FTSE100,
is to leave her job at Marks & Spencer, following disappointing interim
results. The decision reduces the number of women FDs in boardrooms to just
three

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