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Women on Corporate Boards: Global Trends for Promoting Diversity

We last explored the topic of gender diversity on boards, in particular the underrepresentation of women on them, late in 2012, but much has happened globally on the subject since then. More companies have adopted regulation on the issue that range from “comply-or-explain” rules to quotas for the percentage of women on boards. A 2014 Grant Thornton […]

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Top 10 Events in Brazil for 2011

Brazilian firms made important changes in terms of corporate governance during the last year. Kevin McDonald, Editor of The McDonald Lehner Report posts what he believes to be a list of the “Top 10 Events.” The article was published last week in Brazil (Investimentos e Notícias) and will appear this week in Chile (more…)

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Philippine BOVESPA, Race to the Top

The Philippine Stock Exchange Tuesday said it has secured the support of the International Finance Corp. to establish the Maharlika Board, a listing segment for companies to voluntarily commit to corporate governance practices beyond those required by law. The IFC, the investment arm of the World Bank, is helping the PSE set up the Maharlika […]

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