Hong Kong’s Central business district. Only 14 per cent of major listed companies’ directors are women in the city, lower than the United Kingdom’s 34 per cent and the United States’ 28 per cent. Photo: AFP Hong Kong’s Central business district. Only 14 per cent of major listed companies’ directors are women in the city, lower than the United Kingdom’s 34 per cent and the United States’ 28 per cent. Photo: AFP
Hong Kong’s Central business district. Only 14 per cent of major listed companies’ directors are women in the city, lower than the United Kingdom’s 34 per cent and the United States’ 28 per cent. Photo: AFP

Gender diversity critical to good business, Hong Kong’s 10 top female financiers say on International Women’s Day

  • At the entry level, the financial sector is filled with women, but few have managed to climb to the top of the corporate ladder
  • Regulatory changes, company and family support and flexible working arrangements among key issues that need to be addressed for more women to break the glass ceiling: 10 leading women executives in Hong Kong

Topic |   International Women's Day
Hong Kong’s Central business district. Only 14 per cent of major listed companies’ directors are women in the city, lower than the United Kingdom’s 34 per cent and the United States’ 28 per cent. Photo: AFP Hong Kong’s Central business district. Only 14 per cent of major listed companies’ directors are women in the city, lower than the United Kingdom’s 34 per cent and the United States’ 28 per cent. Photo: AFP
Hong Kong’s Central business district. Only 14 per cent of major listed companies’ directors are women in the city, lower than the United Kingdom’s 34 per cent and the United States’ 28 per cent. Photo: AFP
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