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Today, women account for 50% of graduates from university programs in Canada and abroad. Traditional gender roles are a growing "thing of the past" with women taking on more responsibility and leadership positions within law and business. However, a gap still remains between the sexes in partner track and directorships. This paper explores regulatory bodies, both in law and finance, which have voiced for change and sparked conversation to bridge this gap. As one will find, major successes havedoi:10.2139/ssrn.2730629 fatcat:x26cqtztejhdllwdodr3xy7fzy