About 30% club Brazil
The 30% Club is a global campaign led by Chairs and CEOs taking action to increase gender diversity at board and senior management levels on a voluntary basis. The campaign continues to expand its international footprint with presence in eighteen countries/ regions around the world.
We support diversity in its very broadest sense and while gender has been our starting point, we fully realize that considerations of ethnicity, disability, sexual orientation, socioeconomic background and beyond are all part of the journey – and that gender identities are themselves evolving rapidly. We believe that only those organizations that foster truly inclusive cultures – cultures that embrace women who look, act and, importantly, THINK differently – can reach their full potential to positively impact their people, their markets and their communities.
The 30% Club Chapter Brazil was officially launched in 2019 and since then has been inviting listed companies to join the journey towards gender equality on boards and senior management roles by setting the following aspirational goals:
- – Achieve zero all male boards on B3 IBrX 100 listed companies by 2023;
- – Achieve at least 30% women on boards of B3 IBrX 100 listed companies by 2025.
2022 will see a strong focus on intensifying engagement with Chairs and CEOs encouraging laggard companies with all-male boards and with only one women on the board (one & done boards) to join the campaign and to appoint at least 30% women on boards by 2025. The overarching strategy is to act as a public voice for gender balance both on boards and senior leadership teams by working collaboratively with companies on their Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI) journeys and with other bodies to spread awareness, grow the pipeline and stimulate demand primary to increase female board directors and female senior management in Brazil. Please click here to download a copy of the Brazilian 30% Club Information Booklet in Portuguese.
To support the achievement of a minimum of 30% Gender Balance at all senior decision-making tables across Ireland, including Boards and c-Suite.
Activate senior leaders
Engage chairs and CEOs to drive change and support organisations in their diversity & inclusion endeavours, with a specific focus on gender.
Influence those with power to drive change
Influence at a national level on diversity related topics and working complementary to other national initiatives including Balance for Better Business, the State Boards Diversity Initiative.
Enabling future women leaders
Support the development of talent pipeline through mentoring, executive education scholarships and board-ready initiatives
|Company||Member name||Job Title||Chapter membership|
|Brazil Gateway||Jane K. Aparecido||Director||Brazil|
|Veirano Advogados||Ricardo Veirano||Member||Brazil|
|Fundação Real Grandeza||Sergio Fontes||CEO||Brazil|
|GranBio||Sandra Guerra||Lead Independent Director||Brazil|
|Renner||Osvaldo Schirmer||Vice Chair||Brazil|
|Totvs | BR Malls | Eletrobrás||Mauro Cunha||Board Member||Brazil|
|Tozzini Freire Teixeira e Silva Advogados||Maria Elisa Verri||Partner||Brazil|
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The 30% Club is run by a Steering Committee that is made up of senior man and women who volunteer their time and skills.
HEAD OF COMMUNICATIONS
30% Club Brazil
Co-Head Gender Diversity Group
30% Club Brazil
Fundação Real Grandeza
Strategic Partnerships, Diversity and Inclusion Group
30% Club Brazil
Russell Reynolds Associates
The purpose of the Investors Group is to help coordinate the investment community’s approach to gender diversity. In particular, to explain the investment case for more diverse boards; to encourage all investors to engage on the issue of board diversity with chairs and management teams and to consider diversity when voting on the appointment and re-election of board members.
As asset owners and asset managers we are responsible for the stewardship of the investments we make on behalf of our members and clients. Part of that responsibility includes the assessment of the boards and senior management teams of our investee companies.
We believe boards that genuinely embrace cognitive diversity, as manifested through appropriate gender representation and a broad spectrum of skills and experience, are more likely to achieve better outcomes for investors. There is increasing research to support this hypothesis.
The current members of the Investors Group in Brazil are: Blackrock, Federated Hermes, Previ, Petros, Robeco, FRAM Capital, Leblon Equities, Fundação Real Grandeza, Aberdeen, Stratus Group and Santander Asset Management. The group is supported by AMEC and works in collaboration with PRI.
For more information get in touch with Jaime Gornsztejn.
The Communications group seeks to maximize the profile and reach of the 30% Club campaign locally through a coordinated and strategic communications program, ensuring alignment with the global reputation.
For more information get in touch with Yvana Crizanto.
The executive search group is focused on how executive search consultants (ESCs) can promote emerging and current female directors and senior management and develop the systems, practices and processes that enable women to be appointed to boards and senior management roles. Each participant of the Executive Search Group signs the Voluntary Code of Conduct and individual members ensure diverse candidates are included on the long and shortlists provided to the chairs of the board and remuneration and nominations committees. The group is also committed to working with chairs and boards on succession planning and developing their network of female board aspirants.
The members of the Executive Search group in Brazil are: Korn Ferry, Russell Reynolds Associates, Heidrick & Struggles, Exec, Instituto de Thalentos, and Talenses Executive.
For more information get in touch with Silvia Sigaud.
Its purpose is to co-ordinate the dialogue and direct cooperation with different movements, campaigns, forums and events related to gender diversity in Brazil.
Currently we have established partnership agreements with:
- + Mulher 360
- Mulheres do Varejo
- CKZ Diversidade
- IBEF Mulher
- Mulheres da Verdade
- Mulheres no Comando
For more information get in touch with Marcia Kitz.
The financial ecosystem group aims at coordinating the approach to gender diversity among different stakeholders of the financial industry. Aligned to the targets of the 30% Club – Brazil Chapter, we seek to (i) zero the number of “all male boards” on B3 IBrX 100 listed banks and financial services companies by
2023 and (ii) achieve at least 30% women on boards of B3 IBrX 100 listed banks and financial services companies by 2025.
We also work with key players in the sector to (i) foster the offering of products and services that stimulate gender equality and (ii) to increase the participation of women in the financial market.
We believe the financial community can play an important role in advocating for gender diversity in general, and access to c-level and board positions particularly. Rising awareness of the importance of environmental, social and governance (ESG) aspects when pricing assets is on top of the agenda of many financial institutions. In their financial advisory role, they can also influence the composition of the boards of corporate clients that are either listed or have
plans to join the capital markets. They are also to influence the diversity agenda by offering products and services that foster gender equality, as well as by adopting practices to increase the attraction of female talents to the financial industry.
Therefore, we also aim at advancing the gender diversity agenda within the financial ecosystem by engaging with both commercial and investment banks, private equity and venture capital firms, insurance companies, service providers and class entities to (i) explain the investment case for more diverse boards; (ii) encourage them to engage with and promote the board diversity within their firms and client base (iii) adopt polices & procedures that can increase the participation of women in the financial markets and (iv) offer products and services that promote gender equality.
For more information get in touch with Natalia Dias.
To champion the campaign’s mission, to help further its positioning and increase its influence/visibility within the capital market in Brazil, specially within companies that are preparing for an IPO and its key stakeholders including investment banks, legal advisors, audit services, private equity firms and others.
The role of the IPO`s Committee is to amplify campaign messaging by encouraging primarily B3, investment bankers, legal advisors and audit services to influence Chairs and CEOs of pre-IPO companies to sign up to the campaign and to join other companies on the journey towards gender equality on boards and senior management roles.
The current members of the IPO’s Committee are: Fábio Coelho (CEO AMEC); Natália Dias (CEO StandardBank Brazil); Cristiana Pereira (WCD Member); Flávio Machado (Partner, EY) and Valéria Café (IBGC Member).
For more information get in touch with Fabio Coelho.