In the Margins

Survey: Fund managers don't care about women on boards

October 13, 2015

By The Guardian

A survey conducted by Hermes Investment Management found that more than three-quarters of fund managers do not care whether the companies in which they invest have any female directors. Hermes surveyed 109 U.K. and European institutional investors, and only 23% said they believed female board membership was important; 19% thought it would be a good idea to impose a quota. Read the original story from The Guardian

 

 

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