Stats and Reports

These reports from various organisations provide data on gender diversity at senior levels and in the boardroom from a number of countries around the globe.

You may select to view data for the following regions:

  • 20 by 2020 : Gender Diversity on Singapore Boards - A Path to Action

    Together with the Human Capital Leadership Institute (HCLI), Boardagender is pleased to launch this ground-breaking report—the first of its kind in Singapore—which seeks to specifically understand the board diversity landscape in Singapore and why it is different to the rest of the world. Conversations with key decision-makers in the industry provide an in-depth analysis beyond the benefits and statistics of female directors on boards. With that, we address reasons behind the slow progress and offer strategic solutions that organisations can adopt to diversify their boards at a faster pace. Aspiring female directors will also be empowered with practical suggestions to realise their career aspirations.

    BoardAgender is committed to being at the core of an ecosystem enabling the acceleration of more women on boards. Earlier in March, in addition to setting an aspirational target of having 20% female directors on boards by 2020, BoardAgender and the PAP Women’s Wing called for a revision to the Code of Corporate Governance to include a mandatory disclosure policy for companies on their board diversity.

    Our journey to achieving 20% by 2020 starts with you. 

    Please click here to download the report. 

    To complete the Diversity Philosophy Profile survey, please click here
     
  • Women unbound: Unleashing female entrepreneurial potential

    PwC, in collaboration with The Crowdfunding Center, is pleased to release this Women unbound report based on two years of seed crowdfunding data from nine of the biggest crowdfunding platforms globally. Learn more about how seed crowdfunding is unleashing female entrepreneurial potential below and join the conversation at #WomenUnbound
     
  • BOARD DIVERSITY DISCLOSURES IN SINGAPORE: A GOOD PRACTICE GUIDE

    This guide showcases best practices for disclosure on Board’s gender diversity against the backdrop of Singapore’s current disclosure on diversity policies. Furthermore, it offers suggestions which companies in the country can take into account moving forward.
     
  • Winning the fight for female talent

    How to gain the diversity edge through inclusive recruitment
     
  • DAC – REPORT ON WOMEN’S REPRESENTATION ON SGX-LISTED COMPANIES’ BOARDS AS AT END JUNE 2016

    Women’s representation on boards of companies listed on the SGX rose more rapidly as at end of 2016.
     

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to make the change for gender-balanced business in Singapore.