Still a man’s world in Singapore’s boardrooms

  • Letters Premium
  • Sunday, 30 Oct 2011

SINGAPORE: Singapore-listed companies are often praised for their strong balance sheets and solid management, but when it comes to gender diversity, their record is dismal.

A recent study has found that 61.3% of the more than 730 companies listed on the Singapore Exchange (SGX) did not have a single woman on their boards last year.

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