(Bloomberg) — Warren Buffett-backed carmaker BYD Co., Nike-rival ANTA Sports Products Ltd. and Nasdaq-listed retailer JD.com are all emblematic of the global heft of China’s companies. The Chinese giants have another thing in common: None of them have women on their boards...
It's quite apparent that we are very behind.
Many companies here have an archaic concept of the role of boards.
We are committed to creating a more diverse workforce at every level within our organization.
It brings a broader collection of experience, viewpoints and backgrounds which result in better decision-making.
Promoting board diversity (with a particular emphasis on gender) will remain a priority to the Exchange.
There is this massive ESG trend that I don't think any company can really ignore.
- Hong Kong
- Board Diversity
- Warren Buffett
- New York Stock Exchange
- S&P Global
- BlackRock Inc.
- All-Male Boards