It's been more than three years since the Securities and Exchange Commission adopted a new rule requiring boards to disclose whether and how they go about recruiting more diverse directors.

It was a move intended to encourage the industry to increase board diversity. But for all the lofty discourse on the importance of recruiting women and minorities, it's not clear whether the SEC's move had much of an impact at all.

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