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Companies with at least one woman on the board over the past six years show better average growth, with an average of 14 percent over the past six years compared to 10 percent for those with no female board representation. They also have a 4 percent higher return on equity, according to the research.
“Most of that performance comes from the post-credit crisis period: introducing women to the board gives better decision making and better vigilance in terms of what’s going on the in company,” O’Sullivan said.
A mixed-gender board allows for a better mix of leadership skills and access to a wider pool of talent. It improves corporate governance, and tends to be more risk-adverse than companies with male-only boards, the report showed.
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