Insight Firms with a balance of men and women outperform male dominated rivals

Firms with a balance of men and women outperform male dominated rivals

As part of the study, Morgan Stanley analysed the share-price performance of 1,875 companies on the MSCI World Index between 2010 and 2019. It concluded that the share prices of companies with more female employees and a better gender balance at senior levels had outperformed their peers by 2.8 percent per annum during this period. Of the 1,875 companies that Morgan Stanley analysed, those with the highest gender diversity scores included Louis Vuitton, which ranked first in Europe, and Apple, top in North America. Facebook, JPMorgan and Walmart also scored highly.