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  • Gender-Diverse Boards Draw Investors Advisers...

    By CORRIE DRIEBUSCH
     
    Some investors have found a new cause: promoting a bigger role for women on corporate boards and in corner offices.
     
    "We are seeing more demand for values-based investments that use a gender lens," says Jackie Vander Brug, senior vice president at U.S. Trust's portfolio analytics, consulting and institutional group. "We're seeing a set of folks saying,


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  • Good corporate governance leads to higher stock...

    LONDON,
    Good corporate governance and a focus on environmental and social issues by companies lead to higher share price performance, according to a new study released on Monday.


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  • European companies lack board chair independence

    Independence of chairman and directors in France and Spain is among lowest in Europe, according to ECGS
     
     
    Boards of directors of European companies have ‘satisfactory’ levels of independence but fewer than half of board chairmen meet common standards of independence, according to a study by the Expert Corporate Governance Service (ECGS).


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