30

companies have
appointed women
directors in 2017

Companies which
added women to
their boards in 2017

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Interview

“So I would like to see boards encouraged on diversity and gender diversity specifically. As a first step, let’s require boards to articulate their policy towards this and as a second step, set their own objectives. If we can’t get traction then perhaps it will require further regulatory intervention.”

Simon Israel

Chairman, Singtel

Read the interview here

Highlights

Women’s share of directorships in Top 100 Largest Companies in Singapore increased to 12.2%, from 10.9% six months ago.

 

See DAC’s press release on the latest statistics as at end June 2017 here.

News

BlackRock Puts Its Votes Behind Proposals to Get Women on Boards

 

Black Rock voted against board members on the nominating committee “for failure to address investor concerns” on board diversity. Read more here.

21
Mar
Workshop
‘So You Want to be a NED?’
by Financial Times NED Club
28

31
Mar