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Diversity: Are top firms boasting and not doing?

Diversity: Are top firms boasting and not doing?

Whilst big companies proudly declare their intention to diversify the makeup of Boardrooms, less than half are willing to disclose how they’re actually doing – The Street reports.

Equilar, a provider of Board intelligence solutions, conducted the study, which found that only about 45% of the largest US companies disclose the composition of their Board by gender. An even smaller number, 40%, disclose the ethnicity of their directors. Yet, according to the study, about 60% of firms says they consider gender and ethnicity when assessing director candidates.

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