Sometimes 'brute force' is needed to change fundamental structures.
Asset manager State Street Corp will expect all portfolio companies worldwide to have at least one woman on their boards, an executive said, expanding a policy previously focused on developed markets.
White men manage 97% of all hedge fund assets.
Amid the great resignation, the asset manager’s two-year-old coaching program is yielding good results.
U.S. companies are turning to programs aimed at preparing women and people of color for corporate board roles in a bid to comply with calls from regulators and investors to diversify their directors.
U.S. public companies added more Black nominees and elevated numbers of women and first-time directors over the past year, according to two new studies.
On August 6, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) approved Nasdaq listing rules implementing new board diversity disclosure requirements that will apply to most Nasdaq-listed companies...
‘The elimination of gender preferences led to a rise in the fraction of women hired for jobs that were likely to be targeted to men,’ a new study concludes
Decreased gender diversity on corporate and non-profit boards is the latest casualty of the COVID crisis. Here's why.
“The higher the female representation across the companies we cover, the better share price returns we have observed since 2010,” said Eugène Klerk, Credit Suisse’s head of global ESG research.
In 2021, only 10 percent of all U.S. investment managers are women. Even more surprising is this: the amount of investment dollars managed by U.S. female portfolio managers represents only one...
With Laura Ryan, Director, Head of Analytics APAC, FactSet
JR Gondeck and Vanessa N. Martinez explain how family wealth planning and wealth management at-large will benefit from more women in finance.
Recent STA webinar panelist suggests women can better utilize the strategic aspect of negotiating.
Nasdaq’s push for greater diversity in corporate boards cleared a key hurdle, as regulators approved the exchange operator’s proposal to include gender and race in its listing rules.
Equal pay and equal opportunity make sense, but gender inequalities persist in financial services. However, progress is being made, with more women being installed in senior management and board...
Bank seeks to tap interest of large investors seeking more diversity