EU plans to enshrine female director quota in law - paper (2 years and 1 month ago)

Jun 14, 2012

BERLIN (Reuters) - The European Commission plans to introduce a law which will force firms to increase the number of women on their boards, German financial daily Handelsblatt said on Thursday. European Union Justice Commissioner Viviane Reding wants to submit a draft directive in October, the paper said, citing sources familiar with the matter. The law would make it mandatory for listed companies to ensure that women fill at least 40 percent... full story

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