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Published by: Maya Imberg
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Recent Female Appointments

Published by: Maya Imberg
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Women accounted for less than a quarter of new Global 500 executive director and leadership team appointments made in 2023 and early 2024, underlining that much is still to be done if gender parity is to be achieved at the senior level.

Leveraging Altrata’s BoardEx Global Leadership Database, we identify the female executives that started new Executive Director or Leadership team roles at companies in the Fortune Global 500 during 2023 and early 2024. The BoardEx database covers board and non-board members, C-suite executives, senior leaders and professional advisers.

French automotive company Renault appointed the greatest number of new female executives during this time, hiring women for its Division CFO, VP of Brand Communication, Chief Communications Officer, Chief Audit and Risk Officer, and Chief Legal Officer roles. 

US companies Ford, Walt Disney, Netflix, and Walmart are also highly represented on the list. 

Only two women started new group CEO roles during this period: Sandy Xu for JD.com in China and Tarciana Paula Gomes Medeiros for Banco do Brasil in Brazil.  Six companies appointed female group-level CFOs including Ahold Delhaize in the Netherlands, Uniper in Germany, Dell Technologies in the US, Sainsbury in the UK, Allianz in Germany and BBVA in Spain.


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Maya Imberg is the Head of Thought Leadership and Analytics at Altrata. She is responsible for spearheading the company’s thought leadership efforts and overseeing its analytics and predictive modeling services commissioned by clients. She joined Wealth-X in 2016 as Director of Custom Research responsible for secondary research, data analytics and branded content. Maya has over fifteen years of experience in research, spanning market research, macroeconomics and financial services. Prior to joining Wealth-X, Maya held a variety of consultant and economist roles at the Economist Intelligence Unit and spent a number of years working for Datamonitor’s Financial Services practice. Maya holds an undergraduate and MSc degree in economics and comparative politics from the University of Pennsylvania and London School of Economics respectively.