On 1 May 2019, Future Super became the first super fund to completely exclude investments in companies that have no women on their boards.

All-male boards are now out of our portfolio

On 1 May 2019, Future Super became the first super fund to completely exclude investments in companies that have no women on their boards.

Emily Flood

3 May 2019

Having women in the boardroom produces better results for businesses as well as women. It takes a company determined to thumb their nose at women to choose to maintain an all-male board even at a proven cost to their business performance. California has joined voices with ethics-led investors like Future Super in calling for a smarter and fairer boardroom.

California Dreamin’ (of board diversity)

Having women in the boardroom produces better results for businesses as well as women. It takes a company determined to thumb their nose at women to choose to maintain an all-male board even at a proven cost to their business performance. California has joined voices with ethics-led investors like Future Super in calling for a smarter and fairer boardroom.

Emily Flood

5 February 2019


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