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    2. Women Hold Third of Board Roles at FTSE 100 Firms

      Women Hold Third of Board Roles at FTSE 100 Firms
      Women hold third of board roles at FTSE 100 firms 8 February 2020 These are external links and will open in a new window Close share panel Image copyright Getty Images One in three board positions at the UK's biggest companies is now held by a woman, a government-backed review has found. The Hampton-Alexander Review latest report found 349 women currently sit on boards at FTSE 100 firms. The ...
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    3. More Than 60 Percent of Canadian Companies have Boards Composed Entirely of Men

      More Than 60 Percent of Canadian Companies have Boards Composed Entirely of Men
      The majority of corporate boards in Canada had zero women, while roughly 27 per cent had one female director and the remaining 11 per cent of boards had more than one, according to a Statistics Canada study Women held fewer than one-fifth of director seats at corporate boards in 2017, while more than 60 per cent of boards were composed entirely of men, a new Statistics Canada study shows...
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    4. New York Enacts ‘Women on Corporate Boards Study’

      New York Enacts ‘Women on Corporate Boards Study’
      On December 30, 2019, New York governor Andrew M. Cuomo signed legislation requiring the New York State Department of State, partnered with the Department of Taxation and Finance, to conduct a study of the proportion of female members on the boards of domestic and foreign corporations licensed to do business in New York. The Women on Corporate Boards Study law requires corporations to report the number of directors on their ...
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    5. How California’s ‘Woman Quota’ is Already Changing Corporate Boards

      How California’s ‘Woman Quota’ is Already Changing Corporate Boards
      For 46 publicly held companies in California with all-male boards, the clock is ticking. The corporations, including pharmaceutical, financial and software companies that tend to be on the smaller, younger side, have only until revelers ring in 2020 to name a woman to their boards of directors or face a $100,000 penalty...
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    6. Including Women On Your Board Of Directors Creates A Mix Of Thinkers For The Digital Age

      Including Women On Your Board Of Directors Creates A Mix Of Thinkers For The Digital Age
      Boards of directors for corporate enterprises, charitable organizations, professional societies play extremely important and responsible oversight roles. The way I see it, they are positions women should aspire to as they provide the opportunity to analyze and validate the strategy of an organization, broaden their business perspective and make them better professionals and leaders within their own organization...
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    7. Hurdles Remain One Year After California Passes Law Mandating Women in Boardrooms

      Hurdles Remain One Year After California Passes Law Mandating Women in Boardrooms
      California led the way last year with a pioneering law requiring publicly traded companies headquartered in the state to have at least one woman on their board of directors by the end of 2019. But a year after then-Gov. Jerry Brown, a Democrat, signed the measure into law, data indicate that boosting the number of women on boards of directors may be easier said than done for companies in the ...
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    1. We would like you to set out how you intend to make genuine progress to improving board diversity. We therefore ask you to set out what actions the board is taking to ensure that substantial progress is made to meet the Hampton-Alexander 2020 targets.
      In UK: FTSE 350 Firms Under Fire Over ‘unacceptable’ Lack of Female Directors
    2. Often when we engage with companies on the issue of board diversity we hear that the biggest challenge is a lack of suitable female candidates.
      In Investor State Street Uses Financial Clout to Get More Women to the Top
    3. While our board has determined not to make a recommendation either in favour of or opposed to the shareholder proposal, we believe that our current practices and recent enhancements to our new director candidate selection process support board diversity.
      In With No Women on its Board, Shareholder Calls for Diversity Policy at Tim Hortons owner RBI