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IT WAS not the usual chill-out Friday on Oct 11,2019. Rather, it was a day that all tax professionals, including myself awaited in high anticipation for the Budget 2020 proposals speech.
“Women hold up half the sky,” Mao Zedong once said.
I REMEMBER more than a year ago feeling dizzy because I thought the world had turned upside down. Things that used to be true were then declared fake, values that used to be upheld were discarded and their opposites lauded instead.
California's new law requiring companies to include women on their boards of directors may not survive widely expected legal challenges but it has already spotlighted the entrenched practices and barriers that have helped keep women out of boardrooms.
SINGAPORE: Ed Rogers, who runs a fund of hedge funds in Tokyo, is adding another activist to his lineup, betting the strategy will pay off as Japanese firms become more open to overhauling their businesses.
Yvonne Chia believes the secret to a woman's success is always being ahead of the game and investing in oneself as much as possible
Promoting gender diversity on corporate boards makes good business sense.
The Government’s seriousness for 30% women in boardrooms has stakeholders optimistic that the numbers will move upwards.
PLCs which have no woman director by next year will be shamed. The message is clear: Act fast.
THE quest for gender diversification at board level in major companies worldwide appears to be a fairly recent phenomenon, but the progress made has been encouraging.