Citaglobal on board with Bursa's diversity call

PETALING JAYA: Citaglobal Bhd says it aims to comply with Bursa Malaysia’s requirement for public-listed companies to appoint at least one woman board member by June 1, 2023.

In a filing with Bursa Malaysia yesterday, the construction company noted in May, it had nominated a woman director to its board.

However, the candidate turned down the directorship after much consideration on May 31.

The company said it accepted her reasons, and will thus appoint another woman director by end-June 2023.

“Citaglobal is committed to complying with Bursa’s board diversity requirement and fully embraces the benefits that come with this diversity,” it said.

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