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Only one top executive in eight at major financial services firms is a woman and the pace of change at banks and other companies is too slow, according to a diversity study.Just 4 percent of financial industry CEOs are women and more than a third of executive committees (ExCos) are still entirely male, according to the global study of more than 150 firms released on Thursday.The report, Women in Financial Services, said in 2013 one in five board members of financial firms were female, up by two-thirds over the last decade.
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