Women in management do companies good
Women should be pleased with this study by the major Swiss bank Credit Suisse. By 3.6 percent, the returns and share prices are better if at least one fifth of the management team is made up of women. For this purpose, 3,000 companies and their development since 2010 were examined.
A study conducted by the International Labour Organization (ILO) in mid-2019 also came to a similar conclusion: companies that rely on women at management level are more successful. Nevertheless, women bosses are still in the minority. More than 12,000 companies from 70 countries were surveyed. And almost two-thirds of the companies were able to increase their profits because they had women in management.
Whether this is due to the characteristics of creativity and innovation, which are particularly pronounced in women, the results of the studies are certainly interesting. Of course, many other factors also have a positive effect on the success of a company. But if you're looking for corporations with women on the top floor, you might come across Sibanye-Stillwater or Revival Gold.
At Sibanye-Stillwater - https://www.commodity-tv.com/play/sibanye-stillwater-diversifying-globally-in-metals-and-jurisdictions/ - you'll find two women on the director's floor. Sibanye-Stillwater owns gold projects in the famous Witwatersrand Basin in South Africa. In addition, there are large platinum and palladium projects in South Africa and North America.
Revival Gold - https://www.commodity-tv.com/play/revival-gold-company-overview-new-promising-drill-results-at-arnett/ - is working in Idaho on the formerly producing Beartrack Gold Project and the adjacent Arnett Gold Project. The growth-oriented company is also pursuing further opportunities to develop projects.
Current company information and press releases from Sibanye-Stillwater (https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/sibanye-stillwater-ltd/).
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