Ireland’s Central Bank to Push for More Women on Boards

”New rules being examined by Ireland’s Central Bank may require banks and insurers to appoint more women to their boards.

“Banks and insurers could have to appoint more women to their boards under new rules being examined by [Ireland's] Central Bank,” the Irish Independent reports. The new rules, which could kick in by the end of December, set out how a company is governed. Central Bank officials are currently examining both whether and how its corporate governance rules for financial institutions should be changed to ensure great boardroom diversity. ”  

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