Britain's most successful companies tend to have a large proportion of women in senior management roles but the UK lags behind the US and Australia on diversity at the top, new research suggests.
Between 2011 and 2015, the most gender diverse quarter of companies were 20pc more likely than the least diverse to have above average financial performance, a report by management consultants McKinsey found. Dame Vivian Hunt, who runs McKinsey's UK business, said: "The correlation between diversity and financial performance is clear across different sectors and geographies: more diverse teams equals significant financial outperformance.".
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