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KUALA LUMPUR: Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak laid out his economic plans for next year in what he called the “mother of all budgets.”
KUALA LUMPUR: Public listed companies (PLCs) which fail to have any women on their boards of directors will be "named and shamed" in a list to be published by the Government next year.
BOSTON: BlackRock Inc, which wields outsized clout as the world’s largest asset manager, planned to put new pressure on companies to explain themselves on issues including how climate change could affect their business as well as boardroom diversity.
LONDON (Reuters) - The English FA will increase the number of women on its board to three by 2018 as part of a range of proposed reforms to the world's oldest soccer federation, it said on Monday.
COMPANIES with weak corporate governance benefit from having more female board members, who help shareholders to benefit from higher dividends.
PETALING JAYA: There can be no developed Malaysia until the country is able to get women to realise their full potential and participate more effectively in the economic and social development of the nation, said Datuk Seri Rohani Abdul Karim.
PETALING JAYA: The glass-ceiling in Malaysia has continued to be weakened with the latest figure indicating 16.1% women on boards of Bursa Malaysia’s Top 100 Public Listed Companies (PLC), as of September 2016.
PETALING JAYA: Efforts to boost gender diversity in listed companies has reached a milestone with the number of women on the board of Bursa Malaysia’s top 100 companies hitting 15.2%.
KUALA LUMPUR: About 15% of board directors on Malaysia’s top 100 companies are women, as of March 31, 2016.
KUALA LUMPUR: Several successful women have taken on mentoring roles under a six-month programme to train selected Malaysian women executives to go further in their respective careers.