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The 30% Club Hong Kong (30% Club HK) and The Women’s Foundation (TWF) have released a video featuring some of Hong Kong’s most prominent women business leaders to highlight the lack of gender diversity on Hong Kong boards. The video echoes Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam’s annual policy address last month that included a strong call for all Hong Kong listed companies to appoint more women on their boards. In Hong Kong, women represent only 13% of directors for Hang Seng Index companies and around one in three listed companies have all-male boards.
Applications are now open for the Senior Executive Programme Women’s Scholarship at London Business School.Applications are now open for the Senior Executive Programme Women’s Scholarship at London Business School.
Awards include those created in honour of Dame Helen Alexander, who passed away in 2017
30% Club Global Chair, Brenda Trenowden, is recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List, receiving a CBE for her work in promoting diversity in business
In memory of Dame Helen Alexander, the 30% Club has created two awards and invites applications from across the world of business for the Dame Helen Alexander Award for the Most Promising Mentee, and the Dame Helen Alexander Award for the Greatest Commitment to Mentoring.
The 30% Club UK Investor Group has grown from 7 to 27 members and from £1.6 trillion to £10.5 trillion in assets under management. The initiative is now global, with significant groups in Australia and Canada as well as a new group forming in the US.