Singapore-listed companies and trusts strengthen corporate governance and transparency

Singapore-listed companies and trusts strengthen corporate governance and transparency 1

Singapore-listed companies and trusts strengthen corporate governance and transparency 1

Singapore-listed companies and trusts have fared better in corporate governance, sustainability disclosures and practices compared to last year.

This year’s Singapore Governance and Transparency Index (SGTI) saw improvement in the entities’ scores in both categories. For the General Category, the mean score increased slightly from 68.7 points in 2021 to 70.6 points, registering the first year that it hits above 70 points. For the Real Estate Investment Trust and Business Trust Category, the score increased marginally from 85.0 to 85.3 points in 2022.

The SGTI is an annual study jointly conducted by CPA Australia, the NUS Business School’s Centre for Governance and Sustainability and the Singapore Institute of Directors.

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