For the first time, a majority of Singapore’s top 100 companies have women in the boardroom.
Gender diversity in the boardrooms of Singapore's largest listed companies continues to make strides, with figures revealing that for the first time a majority of companies now have female board directors.
The news comes in a report from the state's Diversity Action Committee (DAC), which also revealed that the proportion of women directors across the top 100 companies has increased by a fifth to 14.7% overall.
Loh Boon Chye, chairman of the DAC, said the past three years has seen diversity among Singapore's boardrooms gather "increasing momentum".
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