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Apr 08, 2022

How Singapore is taking sustainability and diversity on board

We look at recent efforts to introduce new governance rules for Singapore’s listed companies
Several new corporate governance measures are slated to be introduced in the Singaporean capital markets in coming years, with investors increasingly concerned about their assets’ climate change disclosures and board diversity policies. Singapore Exchange (SGX) launched a consultation paper on climate change and diversity disclosures last August. In it, Singapore Exchange Regulation (SGX RegCo) set out a roadmap for climate-related disclosures to be mandatory in issuers’ sustainability reports,

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Alexandra Cain

Alexandra Cain is a Sydney-based journalist, editor, author and presenter who has been writing about investor relations for more than 20 years. When she’s not interviewing big wigs, emerging leaders and prime ministers, she’s surfing her favorite...