• MAS sets up council to review Code of Corporate Governance

    27 Feb 2017 |  by Anita Gabriel, BusinessTimes
     
    THE Monetary Authority of Singapore has formed a Corporate Governance Council to review the Code of Corporate Governance. It will be chaired by former chairman of the Singapore Exchange (SGX), Chew Choon Seng.
     
     
     
  • How effective is your diversity & inclusion programme? PwC launches new tool to help organisations find out.

    20 Jan 2017 |  by PwC
     
    PwC launches a new tool to help companies around the world measure the maturity of their D&I programmes.
     
     
     
  • Channel NewsAsia – Promising signs, but progress in board diversity needs to be faster: Halimah

    27 Oct 2016 23:16 | by Tang See Kit, Channel News Asia
     
    SINGAPORE: While progress in board diversity has shown “promising signs” over the years, the pace of progress needs to be bigger and faster, Speaker of Parliament Halimah Yacob said on Thursday (Oct 27) at an event discussing the existence of a glass ceiling for women at the workplace.
     
    The event on Thursday, organised by BoardAgender and insurance brokerage and consultancy Willis Towers Watson, also featured a panel of senior executives to discuss the lack of board diversity and the existence of a glass ceiling in the workplace.
     
     
  • What needs to change for more women to rise to the top of the wealth pyramid?

    30 Dec 2016 |  by Robert Frank, The New York Times
     
    Why Aren't There More Female Billionaires?
    A study shows that women are making inroads among the wealthy, but that their ranks at the very top of the earnings ladder are still remarkably thin.
     
     
     
  • Good time to review S'pore's Code of Corporate Governance: MAS

    27 Sept 2016 |  by Claire Huang, BusinessTimes
     
    Stakeholders say key areas that could be improved include board renewal, disclosures of corporate governance practices and gender diversity.
     
     
     

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