As European companies face government regulations requiring themto have a certain number of women on their boards, more U.S. femaleexecutives are joining European boards, according to an article inthe Wall Street Journal. Executive recruiter Spencer Stuart saysthat 96 American women are serving in 136 director positions atcompanies in 12 European nations.

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European companies are not only hoping to meet gender quotas butto find directors with expertise in such areas as digital media,emerging markets and accounting.

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