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:

  • SECOND ANNUAL SINGAPORE BOARD DIVERSITY REPORT 2012: THE FEMALE FACTOR

    On Friday, 12 October, BoardAgender, along with the Centre for Governance, Institutions & Organisations and supported by UBS and SGX, presented the findings of the second Singapore board diversity report.

  • BOARDAGENDER-NUS NEWS RELEASE: STATUTORY BOARDS LEAD THE WAY IN BOARDROOM GENDER DIVERSITY

    5 March 2012, Singapore — New research reveals that women are better represented in the boardrooms of local statutory boards than in the boardrooms of listed companies in Singapore. As of February 2012, female directors held 19.8% of board positions on Singapore’s statutory boards, while only 6.9% of the corporate directors at Singapore Exchange-listed companies were women.

  • MEDIA RELEASE - BARRIERS TO FEMALE BOARD REPRESENTATION EXIST, BUT LEGISLATION NOT THE SOLUTION

    Accountants recognise that women face various impediments to being appointed as board members but many do not feel a need for legislation on quotas to ensure board seats for women, according to a survey by the Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Singapore (ICPAS).
     
  • LAUNCH OF SINGAPORE BOARD DIVERSITY REPORT: GENDER DIVERSITY IN SGX-LISTED COMPANIES

    25 October 2011, Singapore — Today marks the launch of the inaugural edition of the Board Diversity Report, a collaboration between the NUS Business School’s Centre for Governance, Institutions and Organizations (CGIO) and BoardAgender.

The BoardAgender SG50 Champions of Change call on every corporate leader
to make the change for gender-balanced business in Singapore.