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29 August 2012
The summer has seen one accusation after another suggesting banks still cannot be trusted...
27 August 2012
An independent private equity investor, Women Equity does not only generate market performance, it is also contributing to a better distribution of roles and economic power in society.
06 October 2011
On 6 October, the European Network for Women in Leadership (WIL), in cooperation with Administration Moderne, the French association of female high civil servants and the American Chamber of Commerce in France held a high-level debate around the topic of governance. Over 70 high-profile attendees joined us at Swisslife Banque Privée to discuss and propose solutions to improve governance in the context of the financial crisis, which go beyond the sole use of quotas on Boards.
14 September 2011
On 5 July, during our biannual meeting, Professor Viviane de Beaufort looked at EU as a model of multicultural governance, a thought-provoking issue for decision makers, which should be shared with those who couldn’t join.
06 June 2011
The growing impact of the internet over economy and job creation, human rights and privacy, called for a first G8 forum seeking to understand whether this new territory should be embraced in a new form of international governance.
05 July 2011 - Paris
The issue of governance attracted over 60 participants to the WIL biannual meeting and its first general assembly, July 5. Event host CEO and Chairman of France Télécom Stéphane Richard, engaged in a dialogue on measures taken by his Board to establish a more gender-balanced leadership after the severe socio-economic crisis.
02 May 2011
A public consultation on improving corporate governance in Europe, until now usually based on self-regulation, was launched at the beginning of April by the EU Commission, backing up the adoption of the Single Market Act.