Hong Kong-listed companies only have a small percentage of women on their boards. Photo: EPA-EFE
Hong Kong-listed companies only have a small percentage of women on their boards. Photo: EPA-EFE

Diversity pressure, listing rules will lead to greater representation of women on boards of Hong Kong-listed firms, says executive search veteran

  • Women could occupy nearly 50 per cent of the 2,000 new board seats at Hong Kong-listed firms over the next three years, says Meraki executive director Kirti Lad
  • Companies need to proactively find and nurture the right women talent so that they can effectively help boards make better decisions

Hong Kong-listed companies only have a small percentage of women on their boards. Photo: EPA-EFE
Hong Kong-listed companies only have a small percentage of women on their boards. Photo: EPA-EFE
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