Archive for September, 2015

Women in Banking Special Edition: ‘Most Powerful’ Rankings for 2015

September 2015. American Banker has issued its annual list of the most powerful women in banking. These women influencers address the issue of boardroom diversity and the different approaches they see to achieve it. Read the whole article here.

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4 Ways to Get More Women on Boards

September 2015. In a new article published by Time Magazine, Janice Ellig, co-CEO at Chadick Ellig and chair of the Corporate Board Initiative of the Women’s Forum of New York, writes that executives must address gender disparity in the boardroom as a business imperative. She proposed a goal earlier this year to ...

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Panel: No Easy Way To Get More Women On Corporate Boards

September 2015. Three prominent Connecticut women spoke on a panel recently on why so few companies have made an effort to integrate their boards and what can be done to change that. Connecticut Treasurer Denise Nappier, who has been pushing for more racial and gender diversity in corporate boardrooms for years, ...

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Kenya: Lobby Roots for Annual Gender Rule Reports

September 2015. The Institute of Directors (IOD) of Kenya wants regulatory bodies to prevail upon companies and parastatals to include the progress on implementation the two-third gender rule in their annual statements. IOD says in its recommendations following a study on women representation on corporate boards released last Thursday that ...

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New Site – Male Champions of Change

September 2015. An influential strategic player in the boardroom diversity sphere, Male Champions of Change has a new website complete with news, research, community dialogue, and more. Check out the new site here.

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