Board Effectiveness

Up to date firm level board composition and effectiveness intelligence

Instantly review and compare companies’ board’s composition and effectiveness against peers’ and the corporate governance norms. CGLytics’ offers deep analysis into corporate boards composition, diversity, interlocks, skills and expertise. Benchmark boards against peers, stay up to date, identify inefficiencies and preempt risks.

Critical insights for good corporate governance

As boardroom diversity and composition continues to come under scrutiny, boards need to access to data and analytics to spot opportunities and mitigate risk.

The CGLytics Boardroom Intelligence tools use the largest global governance data in the market to help boards to stay up to date, reduce governance risks and identify opportunities. Nomination and Governance committees gain instant insights into their board’s composition, benchmark against competitors, and identify potential candidates for proactive board succession planning.

With Over 1 Billion Data Points and Powerful Algorithms, CGLytics is Utilised by Leading Investors and Proxy Advisors.

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5,500+

Listed Companies

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125,000+

C-Level Profiles

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8 MIL+

Company Disclosures
and Filings

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800 Mil+

N-PX proxy voting
resolutions

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1.3 Mil+

Relationships Connections

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Key financial metrics from 2008 onwards for predictive analysis and companies top 25 ownership data

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More than ten years of historical compensation data and array of unique performance indicators

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Current and historical board composition, skills data and millions of business relations

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Curated governance news in real-time

Latest Industry News, Views & Information

Randstad make data-based decisions going into the AGM season

“At Randstad we are looking at the remuneration policy on a continual basis and it’s an important topic. Prior to the AGM we want to fully understand how all our stakeholders look at our remuneration policy. “

Thiam Tidjane exits Credit Suisse

On February 7, 2020, Credit Suisse Group AG announced that CEO Tidjane Thiam has resigned. The announcement came amid allegations that Credit Suisse spied on former board members, a scandal that led to the departure of Pierre-Olivier Bouée, its Chief Operating Officer in October 2019.

Westpac: the issues, regulators and lessons to be learnt

It has been revealed that several banks have been involved in fraudulent and criminal conduct, one of them being Westpac Banking Corporation.

Did you know CGLytics has replaced Equilar as the sole provider of compensation data to Glass Lewis?

CGLytics is now the only authorized distributor of Glass Lewis’ Pay-for-Performance Model and Peer Methodology effective January 1, 2020.

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