The presence of women on boards of directors of listed Spanish companies increases

The presence of women on the boards of directors of listed Spanish companies rose three points in 2021, to represent 29.3% of the total, according to the report of the National Securities Market Commission (CNMV) on the reports of corporate governance and the annual remuneration reports of the issuing entities.

In Ibex 35 companies, this percentage increased to 34.2%. Despite the progress, the agency has recalled that the recommendation of the code was a minimum of 30% by 2021 and it is 40% by the end of 2022.

In total, there were 359 female directors, of whom 6.1% were members of the executive committee, 46.5% of the audit committee and 41.5% of the appointments and remuneration committee.

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