Tag archives: women on boards

Boards with women, M&A activity and social identity theory: a call for more diversity on boards

In an earlier post we commented on the importance of improving a company’s risk profile and performance by implementing methods and practices to ensure the success of gender diversification policies. Citing an academic study on management diversity entitled “Do Women Stay Out of Trouble,” we pointed out that gender diversification has a financial benefit because, … Continue reading

Female representation on boards: how does your company stack up?

Last year, the Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA) began an initiative to increase transparency regarding female representation on boards and in executive officer positions. This was done by way of proposing amendments to the existing National Instrument 58-101 Disclosure of Corporate Governance Practices (NI 58-101). In the proposal stage, these amendments faced the typical gamut of … Continue reading

Disclosure requirements regarding women on boards and in senior management

Earlier this month saw the closing of the comment period for the Ontario Securities Commission’s (OSC) Staff Consultation Paper 58-401 Disclosure Requirements Regarding Women on Boards and in Senior Management. The paper proposes amendments to National Instrument 58-101 Disclosure of Corporate Governance Practices such that TSX-listed companies (excluding venture issuers and investment funds) would have … Continue reading
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