Canadian Pension Steps Up Gender Board Diversity Advocacy | Chief Investment Officer

The C$368.3 billion ($270.6 billion) Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB) is looking to improve the gender balance of public company boards with its new Global Gender Diversity Voting Practice. Under the new policy, CPPIB will vote against the chair responsible for director nominations at the public companies it invests in if the board has no women directors.

Source: Canadian Pension Steps Up Gender Board Diversity Advocacy | Chief Investment Officer

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