Stats and Reports

These reports from various organisations provide data on gender diversity at senior levels and in the boardroom from a number of countries around the globe.

You may select to view data for the following regions:

  • WOMEN ON BOARDS: HONG KONG 2017

    These findings are part of a study conducted by Community Business, a Hong Kong nonprofit specializing in corporate governance, in partnership with Heidrick & Struggles; the 2017 report is the latest in a series that began in 2009.

  • HONG KONG EXCHANGES AND CLEARING LIMITED: PUBLIC CONSULTATION ON BOARD DIVERSITY

    In this paper, we will examine the statistics on gender and age. Although diversity encompasses more than simply gender and age, the data relating to these characteristics can be obtained with relative certainty (as compared with others such as cultural/educational background or professional experience, etc.).

  • CRANFIELD UNIVERSITY/COMMUNITY BUSINESS: WOMEN ON BOARDS HANG SENG INDEX 2009

    This inaugural Women on Boards: Hang Seng Index 2009 report looks at the representation of women on the corporate boards of Hong Kong’s top companies, as listed on the Hang Seng Index (HSI). It ranks the companies in terms of the gender diversity of their boards, with those with the highest percentage of women on their boards appearing at the top.

  • STANDARD CHARTERED/COMMUNITY BUSINESS: WOMEN ON BOARDS HANG SENG INDEX 2012

    This 2012 Standard Chartered Bank Women on Boards: Hang Seng Index 2012 report looks at the representation of women on the corporate boards of Hong Kong’s top companies, as listed on the Hang Seng Index (HSI). It ranks the companies in terms of the gender diversity of their boards, with those with the highest percentage of women on their boards appearing at the top.

  • WOMEN IN LEADERSHIP IN ASIA PACIFIC

    In this study, Willis Towers Watson, in partnership with the Economist Corporate Network, explores what has held women back from progressing in their careers to leadership positions. 

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