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    1. BlackRock steps up Diversity Calls

      BlackRock steps up Diversity Calls

      BlackRock steps up diversity calls Aimee Donnellan The Sunday Times Amra Balic demands action plans from firms under-representing women The world’s largest asset manager is pushing British boards to boost their ranks of female directors. Amra Balic, BlackRock’s corporate governance chief in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, has demanded action plans from every company on its investment books with no more than one woman board member...

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    2. Boards Face Tough Questions at Lloyds and RBS Meetings

      Boards Face Tough Questions at Lloyds and RBS Meetings

      Lloyds and Royal Bank of Scotland are holding their annual meetings on May 11 in ­Edinburgh Phil Noble/Reuters Investors are set to deliver a double-handed attack on some of Britain’s leading banking executives, trying to land blows on bosses of both Lloyds Banking Group and Royal Bank of Scotland on what promises to be a bruising day of annual meetings in Edinburgh...

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    3. UK Activist: Word that Strikes fear in Heart of Every Boardroom

      UK Activist: Word that Strikes fear in Heart of Every Boardroom

       The City’s top fund managers gathered last Wednesday morning at Mayfair’s Grosvenor House hotel to vote through the £79bn acquisition of SAB Miller — the third largest deal in corporate history. Nearly 96% of SAB’s investors backed the takeover by Belgian rival Anheuser-Busch InBev. Just weeks before it had appeared to be dangling by a thread...

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    4. Superwoman makes way for female successor | Business | The Times & The Sunday Times

      Superwoman makes way for female successor | Business | The Times & The Sunday Times

      Superwoman makes way for female successor Harry Wilson, City Editor August 13 2016, 12:01am, The Times Helena Morrissey will move from chief executive to temporary non-executive chairwoman of Newton in a move described as unusual by a corporate governance expert David Bebber/the Times The top City fund manager who founded the 30% Club to improve gender balance on FTSE 100 boards will be succeeded by another woman as the head of one of the country’s largest asset management companies....

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