The representation of women on company boards is steadily rising, but much more needs to be done, say executives. Photo: Shutterstock The representation of women on company boards is steadily rising, but much more needs to be done, say executives. Photo: Shutterstock
The representation of women on company boards is steadily rising, but much more needs to be done, say executives. Photo: Shutterstock

Asia-Pacific economies make slow progress in bringing women to company boardrooms

  • Women make up 24 per cent of company boardrooms around the globe this year, up from 15.1 per cent in 2015, but progress remains slow in may parts of Asia-Pacific, according to Credit Suisse Research Institute
  • Gender diversity will create diverse thinking in the boardroom, says Christina Gaw of private equity firm Gaw Capital

Topic |   Diversity and inclusion
The representation of women on company boards is steadily rising, but much more needs to be done, say executives. Photo: Shutterstock The representation of women on company boards is steadily rising, but much more needs to be done, say executives. Photo: Shutterstock
The representation of women on company boards is steadily rising, but much more needs to be done, say executives. Photo: Shutterstock
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