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Women in the Board Room: Change Comes Slowly

Mounting documentation on the extent of gender inequity has brought with it the attendant media attention that opens boardroom doors. As a result, writes columnist Gael O’Brien, the work of Nominating Committees has been moved into the public domain. Politicians, governments, investors, activist groups and others are saying things have to change.

Opinion: SEC on ESG?

When do you know that ESG (or factoring environmental, social, and governance issues into investment and corporate decisions) has gone mainstream? One signal would be the agenda of last week’s meeting of the Securities and Exchanhe Commission’s Investor Advisory Committee, which included items such as “ESG Disclosure Work Plan” and “Proxy Voting Transparency.”