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Push for women on boards

The Government’s seriousness for 30% women in boardrooms has stakeholders optimistic that the numbers will move upwards.

German parties agree to introduce quota for women on boards

BERLIN (Reuters) - Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservatives and the Social Democrats (SPD) agreed on Monday to introduce legislation requiring German companies to allot 30 percent of their non-executive board seats to women from 2016.

More women on boards = higher dividend

COMPANIES with weak corporate governance benefit from having more female board members, who help shareholders to benefit from higher dividends.

Aye to 30% women agenda

PLCs which have no woman director by next year will be shamed. The message is clear: Act fast.

The rise of women directors

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.

Giving women a way to the top

Promoting gender diversity on corporate boards makes good business sense.

Her secret to success? Being ahead of the game

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

More women to power the boardroom

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.

Companies with women directors tend to improve in performance

Shireen Muhiudeen comments on the importance of having women directors in your companies.