<strong></strong>THE majority of Singapore-listed companies have at least one woman on their boards for the first time, with the largest companies leading the improvements in board gender...

COMMENTARY

THE gender diversity deficit in business leadership has been lamented as a critical concern all across the world. But the exhortation must be more substantiated.

WOMEN independent directors have a direct positive effect on the financial performance of companies, a study conducted by the National University of Singapore (NUS) Business School's Centre for...

WOMEN independent directors have a direct positive effect on the financial performance of companies, according to a study conducted by the National University of Singapore (NUS) Business School.

SINGAPORE is still far from reaching the Diversity Action Committee's (DAC) target of having a 20 per cent female representation on the boards of listed companies here by 2020, going by data...

SINGAPORE is still far from reaching a target of having 20 per cent of listed company boards represented by females by 2020, going by data released on Friday.