IRRC Institute | August 01, 2017

This report focuses on new directors who joined S&P 1500 company boards as a result of activist campaigns. The study period began in 2011 and through 2014, delivering such findings as: activism drives down director ages; and activism does not promote gender, race, or ethnic diversity. In total, 380 new board candidates were put forward as a result of activist efforts.

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