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 Santiago Exchange Rings the Bell for Gender Equality with the Chilean Minister of Women and Gender Equity


To promote increased women´s participation in the Capital Markets, the Santiago Exchange organized its 4th Ring the Bell for Gender Equality ceremony. The initiative is driven globally by the United Nations (UN), International Finance Corporation (IFC), Sustainable Stock Exchanges (SSE), World Federation of Exchanges (WFE) and Women in ETFs (WE), to raise awareness about the importance for the private sector to advance gender equality.


In Chile, the ceremony was headed by Chairman of the Santiago Exchange, Juan Andrés Camus, and counted on the participation of the Minister of Women and Gender Equity, Mrs. Isabel Plá, the Vicepresident of the Financial Market Comission of Chile, Mrs. Rosario Celedón; and the Coordinator of the UN programs for Latin America and the Caribbean, Mrs. Silvia Rucks, and the Executive Director of Global Compact in Chile, Mrs. Margarita Ducci.


The Chairman of the Exchange remarked the Santiago Exchange commitment to promote the diversity and inclusion at the high level management and workforce of companies as part of the best practices of corporate governance, as well as the pursuit of the sustainable development of the companies´ businesses and of the Chilean Capital Markets. “We actively promote the incorporation of women professionals in the leadership of companies to bring different opinions, backgrounds and perspectives to contribute to better decision-making process”, said.

Check out the video of the ceremony HERE.



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