Most recent submission to the Women in Finance Charter shows that women hold 54.6% of senior roles at ICAEW.
Articles celebrating 100 years of women in chartered accountancy
Throughout 2019 and 2020, ICAEW published a series of articles describing the past and current situation of female chartered accountants. They formed part of the celebrations of female chartered accountants that took place during Fiona Wilkinson's presidential tenure.
Rather than seeing typically female traits as barriers to career progression, redesign the system, says diversity, equity and inclusion leader Joe Consedine – majority over-represented groups must make the shift, not the women themselves.
UK-based female entrepreneurs have been given an insight into Saudi Arabia’s business landscape thanks to a trade mission to encourage foreign direct investment into the country.
ICAEW asked some of its top female members from the UAE how chartered accountants can help organisations tackle gender inequality.
Despite progress in hiring women as non-executive directors, boards continue to miss opportunities to create robust female talent pipelines to the top executive jobs.
The need for greater representation of women in business has been further validated after ECB research found a correlation between higher female representation at managerial level and companies’ success in reducing CO2 emissions.
Female representation at board level across the UK’s largest companies is on the up, but women are still the exception rather than the rule when it comes to bagging executive roles such as the CFO.
Chartered accountants from a wide range of backgrounds discuss how they can make a difference at work and throughout the profession.
The latest Women in the Workplace report shows that women working in corporate roles in America are increasingly burned out and lack recognition for their leadership.
The pandemic has pushed back gender parity across the UK FTSE 350 to 2036, with women holding just 22% of all executive committee roles. Just 15 of the top companies have female chief executives. While we’ve made some progress in recent years, what needs to change to reach true equality? ICAEW's Susanna Di Feliciantonio and Jane Berney discuss the issue with a panel of experts.