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Masahiko Uotani, President and CEO of Shiseido Company Limited (“Shiseido”), has been appointed as Chair of 30% Club Japan. Yoriko Goto, Chair of Deloitte Tohmatsu Group, and Douglas Hymas, Country Executive of the Bank of New York Mellon, have been appointed as Vice Chairs.
The 30% Club and London Business School have joined forces once again to give more women the tools to achieve CEO and C-Suite positions by offering a scholarship for the School’s highly rated Senior Executive Programme. The scholarship is for women with around 15 years of managerial experience who should already be in senior positions in large organisations.
The 30% Club is pleased to announce a new leadership structure which reflects the ongoing UK success and growing international influence of the campaign.
The 30% Club has launched a Strategy Best Practices Working Group (“the Group”) to help businesses incorporate gender diversity into company-wide strategy development and beyond the traditional scope of HR.
The 30% Club Australia, a leading organisation campaigning for 30% women on ASX boards, has announced new targets for ASX 201- 300 companies to meet the 30% target by the end of 2021 to mark International Women’s Day.
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.