1. More Women in the Boardroom Equals a Better Business

    More Women in the Boardroom Equals a Better Business

    The most recent corporate gender diversity survey by Moody’s Investors Service found that 29% of corporate board seats in North American and Europe were held by women in 2022, a 5% increase over two years ago, reported CNBC . In America, women occupy 27% of board seats, up from 22% in 2020. The benefits of having greater gender diversity has been linked to better credit ratings for companies and better performance with higher returns...

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    1. We consider the presence of women on boards – and the diversity of opinion they bring – as being supportive of good corporate governance, which is positive for credit quality.
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