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    1. United States: What Directors Need To Know In 2018 About Board Diversity

      United States: What Directors Need To Know In 2018 About Board Diversity

      Investors Are Challenging Companies On Board Diversity In 2017, investors challenged many public company boards 1 to improve their gender, racial, and ethnic diversity. 2 Institutional investors, such as CalPERS 3 and NYC Pension Funds, 4 as well as large mutual fund companies, such as State Street Global Advisers and BlackRock, Inc., 5 have made their message very clear to existing boards: make reasonable commitments and progress toward adding women and minorities to your board, or be prepared to be challenged for re- election. One investor explained to me that gender diversity was the initial ...

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    2. Top 10 Topics For Directors In 2017: Shareholder Relations

      Top 10 Topics For Directors In 2017: Shareholder Relations

      In the past, scholarly articles, panels and other sources of information for directors of public companies have focused on corporate governance and ...

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    3. Good Board Meeting Practice – 7 Tips For Directors

      Good Board Meeting Practice – 7 Tips For Directors

      The business of a company is managed by its directors who may delegate their powers to persons or committees and who may regulate their meetings as they see fit. For good corporate governance, it is recommended that directors meet at least once every quarter to discuss the business of the company. 

      The board may elect one of its members as managing director and confer upon the managing director any of the powers exercisable by the board upon such terms and restrictions as the board thinks fit....

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    4. Age Diversity and Boards of Directors

      Age Diversity and Boards of Directors

      Traditionally, most directors are mature, experienced and, in many cases, fill this role after retirement or near the later part of their career. The perspective these directors bring to a boardroom is vitally important. Still, age diversity on boards help the corporation to benefit from the different perspectives of different age groups. Age diversity of boards encourages board development and learning, and can foster creativity and innovation, and many studies have found positive relations....

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