Annual Corporate Governance & Executive Compensation Survey

2018 Corporate Governance Survey

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WOMEN IN LEADERSHIP Shearman & Sterling LLP 78 | Women In Leadership 6 of the Top 100 Companies A woman served as the CEO at 15 of the Top 100 Companies A woman served as the CFO at 32 of the Top 100 Companies A woman served as the general counsel at WOMEN IN THE C-SUITE WOMEN IN LEADERSHIP FAST FACTS None of the Top 100 Companies had women serving as both CEO and CFO. GENDER DIVERSITY ON THE BOARD (% of women on the board) 4 19 26 13 3 30 5 Less than 10% 10% – 15% 16% – 20% 21% – 25% 26% – 29% 30% – 39% 40% or more AVERAGE AGE AND TENURE The average age and tenure of female directors is slightly less than male directors Men Average Age: 62.9 Tenure: Women Average Age: 60.3 Tenure: 8.68 Years 6.93 Years WOMEN IN THE BOARDROOM Women held approximately 26% of the total number of board seats at the Top 100 Companies in 2018, a 2% increase from 2017. The number of Top 100 Companies with a board comprised of 30% or more women rose from 23% to 30% over the past year. Five of the Top 100 Companies have a board with 40% or more women members, up from two in 2017.

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