Boards featuring women perform better than all-male ones, Centre for Gender Economics and Innovation study finds


ABC LOGOSusanne Moore, Chair of The Centre for Gender Economics and Innovation and Steve MacDonald, CEO and co Founder, Infinitas Asset Management talking yesterday with ABC World Today about the launch of the Infinitas/C4GEi Diversity Performance Index with Lindy Kerin 23 April, 2015

“Australian companies where women hold at least a quarter of the board positions perform better than those with all-male boards, research has found. The Centre for Gender Economics and Innovation (C4GEi) and Infinitas Asset Management released the results of the study analysing the effects of women on the financial performance of companies.” see the full article here http://centreforgendereconomics.org/infinitasc4gei-diversity-performance-index/

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