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Corporate Business Team clapping success at Boardroom meeting

Bill C-25 would require publicly traded companies to disclose the number of women and visible minorities on their corporate boards and in senior management

The guidance is intended to drive better long-term performance and returns for investors

Proxy advisory firm announces 2018 benchmark policy updates

Survey finds support for requiring corporate boards to adopt quotas on the representation of women

Editorial

  • By: IE Staff
  • November 14, 2017 January 16, 2018
  • 00:40

Proxy advisory firm launches policy comment period

Pushing companies to set an actual gender diversity goal, and to explain if they fall short, is the next logical step

The Ontario Securities Commission is set to hold a roundtable on women on boards and in executive positions on Oct. 24

BMO Investments makes changes to its mutual fund lineup

The diversity and inclusion index features the top 100 firms in the world as measured in four areas: diversity, inclusion, people development and news controversy

Larger companies and certain sectors tend to be doing a better job at finding female corporate directors