The Guardian’s Friday interview profiled Helena Morrissey, fund manager who oversees £47bn. She’s also mother to nine children.
“Quotas are demeaning to women and should only be used as a last resort. As long as there are quotas it will always raise the question of whether a woman is appointed on merit or because she is a woman, creating the perception of discrimination.”
She thinks the answer lies in allowing more people to work part-time and use new technology to work from home.