Four men on the terrace on the 23rd floor of the Willis Building (51 Lime Street) in the City of London.
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Male banking culture is biggest barrier to women

Half of women who work in banking say that male-dominated management holds back their career.

According to the Institute of Leadership & Management, only a fifth of the 800 bankers surveyed wanted to see an enforced quota system in place to ensure there were more female bosses.

Its chief executive Charles Elvin told BBC Radio 5 live Wake Up To Money what issues female bankers have with their male bosses.

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