Nominations committees must be more diverse themselves if they are to boost diversity in their organisations, says a report for the Financial Reporting Council.
A new study says CEOs explain 2% of variability in stock returns, while global, country and industry changes account for 11%, 4% and 1%.
Study reveals that while narcissistic leaders tend to rate themselves highly, they often have a negative impact on other people in the workplace.
US proxy advisory firm will advise shareholders to vote against nomination committee chairs where there are no female board directors.
Research reveals average total remuneration for chairs in the top 150 FTSE companies stands at £404,776, while non-executive directors receive an average of £97,837.