Companies with higher representation of women in their management teams tend to have healthier financial characteristics, according to Credit Suisse. Photo: ShutterstockCompanies with higher representation of women in their management teams tend to have healthier financial characteristics, according to Credit Suisse. Photo: Shutterstock
Companies with higher representation of women in their management teams tend to have healthier financial characteristics, according to Credit Suisse. Photo: Shutterstock

Stock prices of companies with more women executives outperformed peers for almost a decade, Credit Suisse says

  • Such firms have outperformed peers by 3.6 per cent in annual growth rate of share prices since 2010
  • Women currently account for 17 per cent of management teams on average globally, up from 14 per cent in 2016

Topic |   Gender equality
Companies with higher representation of women in their management teams tend to have healthier financial characteristics, according to Credit Suisse. Photo: ShutterstockCompanies with higher representation of women in their management teams tend to have healthier financial characteristics, according to Credit Suisse. Photo: Shutterstock
Companies with higher representation of women in their management teams tend to have healthier financial characteristics, according to Credit Suisse. Photo: Shutterstock
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