Press Releases

For chapter-specific media enquiries please refer to the Contact section for each individual country chapter.
For general press/ media enquiries: 

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Jamie Brookes +44 7769 900 417
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希慎利蘊蓮女士將擔任香港30% Club主席

香港 - 香港30% Club今天宣佈希慎興業有限公司執行主席利蘊蓮女士將擔任香港30% Club主席,她將領導香港30% Club提升香港企業的董事會中女性董事的比例。

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Irene Lee of Hysan Announced as 30% Club HK Chair

The 30% Club HK today announced that Ms. Irene Lee, Executive Chairman of Hysan Development Company Limited, will be taking up the Chair of the 30% Club HK.  She will lead the drive to advancing women leaders on corporate boards in Hong Kong.

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香港30% Club 繼續往中期目標進發

香港30% Club宣佈其在「2018年底前全男董事會減至零」及「2020年女董事比例提升至20%」的中期目標取得進展;呼籲香港加強要求董事會披露性別多元化的工作

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30% Club HK annouces Progress in Interim Goals

30% Club HK announces progress in interim goals “No Zeros by 2018” and “20% by 2020” and urges Hong Kong to strengthen requirements on Gender Diversity of Boards 

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Les investisseurs institutionnels canadiens demandent 30% d’ici 2022

La diversification de l’expertise et des points de vue donne de meilleurs résultats opérationnels

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Canadian Institutional Investors call for 30% women on boards and executive teams by 2022

Diverse perspectives and expertise lead to better business outcomes

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Mismatched people management impacts executive diversity, study shows

  • Women miss out on critical experiences offered to men to achieve promotion
  • Senior managers don’t spend enough time developing their people
  • Female managers are more open to, and encouraging of, diversity

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Fully utilising returning female professionals could bring the UK £1.7bn of economic benefits

Two thirds of female professionals are estimated to be working below their potential when they return to work from career breaks

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