Corporate Governance Strategic Priorities (2021 to 2023)
The Corporate Governance Strategic Priorities 2021 – 2023 (CG Strategic Priorities) is a critical component of the Capital Market Masterplan 3 (CMP3), anchored on six key development and regulatory priorities. The CG Strategic Priorities will focus on five thrusts
and 11 strategic initiatives to among others, strengthen board capacity in addressing sustainability, scale up investor stewardship, enhance availability of corporate governance (CG) data through the use of digital tools, and further develop the collaboration with universities to deepen engagement with youth on corporate governance.
strategic priorities
Board Leadership
ESG Fitness of boards
Stewardship and Engagement
Digital Tools to Enhance CG Transparency
Youth and CG
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Board leadership for agile and responsible business
Emphasis on strategic board refreshment and enhancing the continuous professional development framework for boards, with a revamped mandatory onboarding programme for directors of listed companies
Strengthening Environment, Social and Governance (ESG) Fitness of Boards
Providing capacitybuilding support for boards on sustainability. Widening the availability of sustainability information through an enhanced reporting framework and annual progress report in the SC’s Corporate Governance Monitor (CG Monitor) report.
Supporting investor activism and stewardship
Improving retail shareholder-board engagement on governance through investor education, and supporting impact-stewardship by institutional investors through the Malaysian government’s PERKUKUH programme.
Leveraging digital tools to enhance CG transparency
Improving stakeholders’ access to current and reliable corporate governance information.
Deepening engament with youth on CG
Exploring research collaborations with universities to enrich youth exposure to corporate governance and empirical evidence and observations on corporate governance.
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