Proportion of women working in the highest-paid quartile increased by three percent over the last year, data from the regulator has shown
On Monday, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) published data on progress over the past year towards its diversity targets and closing the gender pay gap within the organisation. Last year, the FCA reported its highest-paid quartile consisted of 64% men and 36% women. This year these figures stood at 61% and 39% respectively. Elsewhere, however, the proportion of women in the lowest salary quartile rose from 63% women last year, to 66% today. The FCA acknowledged there continued to be a gender...
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