Women Hold Only 1% Of All Corporate Shares in S&P 500

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By Veronika Bondarenko Female executives control only 1% of corporate S&500 shares. While there have been strides in corporate representation to the point that women now make up around a quarter of all S&P 500 ([^IN](https://www.thestreet.com/quote/^IN)) top executives, that progress is not trickling down into share ownership. In an interview with Bloomberg, University of Dublin professor Andreas Hoepner said that male executives control over $770 billion worth of shares in their S&P 500 companies while female executives have only $9 billion. Men Have *How Much* More?This means, as Hoepner fou…

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