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Nintendo case study

EOS Engagement Impact

Fast reading

  • Nintendo has appointed a woman to its board for the first time in its 130-year history.
  • EOS continues to engage with the company on improving board gender diversity in line with investor expectations, seeking more transformational changes on the executive board and in the talent pipeline over time.

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EOS Client Service and Business Development

Amy D’Eugenio,
Head of Client Service and Business Development, EOS