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    2. No More Old Boys’ Club: Institutional Investors’ Fiduciary Duty to Advance Board Gender Diversity

      No More Old Boys’ Club: Institutional Investors’ Fiduciary Duty to Advance Board Gender Diversity
      State Street Global Advisors (SSGA), one of Wall Streets Big Three asset managers, has very recentlybeen featured in the news for adopting a new policywhere its recruiters will need to seek a diversity panels approval if they want to hire a white male management candidate over a woman or an ethnic minority...
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    3. Talking The Talk Versus Walking The Walk: Shareholder Suits Aim To Push Board Diversity And Punish Companies Supposedly Failing To Make Meaningful Change

      Talking The Talk Versus Walking The Walk: Shareholder Suits Aim To Push Board Diversity And Punish Companies Supposedly Failing To Make Meaningful Change
      ...ity – or lack thereof – in recent months. California enacted AB-979, which expanded upon California’s earlier gender diversity law and requires boards to make strides in other types of diversity, including racial and eth...
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    1. To see they're abstaining is disappointing, especially given their push on gender diversity.
      In Light Backing From State Street Weighs on U.S. Diversity Drives
    2. As part of our review of boards' gender diversity, we analyzed and compared the level of diversity in three markets: Australia, the UK and the US.
      In State Street Global Advisors Calls on 3500 Companies Representing More Than $30 Trillion in Market Capitalization to Increase Number of Women on Corporate Boards
    3. Investors holding companies to account for their progress on gender diversity in the boardroom will have a massive impact.
      In This Trillion-Dollar Investors' Group Is Challenging Australia's All-Male Boardrooms