A&O refuses to hand over 2016-17 partnership gender pay gap data to MPs

A&O stands alone among magic circle peers in refusing to comply with select committee request for partnership data

Allen & Overy (A&O) is declining to provide MPs with its 2016-17 partnership gender pay gap figures, after a UK parliamentary select committee wrote to the entire magic circle asking them to do so.

Chair of the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee, Labour MP Rachel Reeves, wrote to all five magic circle firms last month to request the breakdown of gender pay gap data including partners.

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