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On average, PLCs have at least 17% women directors on their board, up from 15% in 2019. The MSWG also revealed the top 100 companies for CG disclosure in 2020, including PETRONAS, Maybank, Telekom Malaysia, and more.

In its Corporate Governance (CG) 2020 assessment released earlier this month, Malaysia's Minority Shareholders Watch Group (MSWG) showed that out of 853 public-listed companies (PLCs) assessed last year, 370 (about 43%) were found to have at least one woman director.

On average, the CG 2020 noted, PLCS have at least 17% women directors on their board, an increase from 15% in 2019. 

The assessment further revealed:

  • 220 out of the 853 PLCs assessed have no women on their boards.
  • 142 have at least 30% women on their boards.

The MSWG also revealed the top 100 companies for CG disclosure in 2020, which included PETRONAS, Malayan Banking (Maybank), CIMB Group, Telekom Malaysia, and more.

View the full list here.


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