THE directorship landscape in Singapore has gradually shifted in the last few years, nudged by changes in the global business environment and regulatory shifts. With the changes in the Listing...

A TORT is an act or omission which Singapore law recognises as a civil wrong. A person committing a tort can be liable for the loss or harm caused by the act or omission. Commonly recognised torts...

HOCK LOCK SIEW

SINGAPORE's corporate boards are shrinking. Forget Thai Beverage, which by far has the biggest board in Singapore with 20 directors and quite clearly, is the exception....

TODAY'S boards are starting to get the message: from every front, digital players are threatening their businesses. This explains why, increasingly, listed companies are adding digitally...

SMALL and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) looking to globalise successfully must prioritise sustainability and board diversity, said speakers at the annual Singapore Institute of Directors (SID)...

Companies must reboot their strategies in order to seek new emerging opportunities despite increased protectionism and insularism around the world, as economic integration and globalisation remain...

CORPORATE GOVERNANCE

SOME 42.2 per cent of companies listed in Singapore have at least one independent director (ID) who has been on the board for over nine years - but they will now have to fix that by January 1,...

"THERE are more than 50 ways for a company director to go to jail."...