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Increase The Number Of Women On Corporate Boards

Corporate boards need more women. That is a simple statement, backed by research and evidence that corporate boards with more women are more profitable. I have written about that in the past....more

Governance & Securities Law Focus: Europe Edition, April 2014

In this issue: - EU Developments - German Developments - UK Developments - Us Developments - Excerpt from EU Developments - European Commission Proposes to Introduce Shareholder "Say...more

2014 Trends: #7 Have Perceptions of Gender and Leadership Turned a Corner?

Our second post this week highlights the seventh trend from our whitepaper on the ethics and compliance trends to watch in 2014. We thought we’d pose this as a question because of the relatively quick shift in business...more

Women on Boards and in Senior Management- OSC Releases Proposed Amendments Regarding Incremental Disclosures of Corporate...

Women on Boards and in Senior Management - The Ontario Securities Commission (OSC) has published for comment proposed amendments to Form 58-101F1 of National Instrument 58-101 Disclosure of Corporate Governance...more

An Apple, an Orange and Maybe a Kiwi a Day Keeps the Activist Away (and Makes for a Stronger Board)

With proxy season just around the corner, I would be remiss if I did not (once again) remind Nominating and Governance Committees that it is time, and it is not too late, for you mix it up a little . . . or a lot. Think fruit...more

Push to Diversify Boards Picks Up Steam

In addition to heightened focus on director tenure, companies are facing increasing pressure to diversify their boards. The SEC requires companies to disclose whether and how the board or nominating committee considers...more

Twitter’s All-Male Board Fuels Debate over Leadership Diversity

Amid the optimism surrounding Twitter’s blockbuster IPO last week came a disappointing reflection on America’s progress (or lack thereof) in improving boardroom diversity....more

The Case For Increasing Boardroom Diversity

With all the focus on improving diversity in the ranks of senior corporate management, the glaring corporate governance problem is the lack of diversity in corporate boardrooms....more

Five Steps To Improve Corporate Governance

It has been ten years since Sarbanes-Oxley was enacted. No one can argue that Sarbanes-Oxley eliminated the problem of corporate malfeasance....more

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