Women Executives Prompt Profit
Consider these stats from a recent OXFORD REPORT:
Credit Suisse issued a report showing that companies where 24% or more of executives were women had annualized returned of 22.8% over the five-year period studied. Those with executive teams comprised of 30% women had annualized returns of 25.6%. Without these numbers of executive women, the average company's annualized returns were just 11%.
A European study showed that, over three years, the share prices of companies with gender-diversified management teams rose 64% versus an average 46% for all companies.
Within the S&P 500, companies with more women in senior leadership teams had a 34% better shareholder return than those companies dominated by men.
Something to think about!!