The Singapore Governance and Transparency Index (SGTI) is the leading index for assessing corporate governance practices of Singapore-listed companies. Sustainable governance is an integral component in a modern business landscape where proactive stakeholders demand greater transparency and accountability for the integrity of companies.

With the changes to the Singapore Exchange listing rules in 2011, revision of the Singapore Code of Corporate Governance in 2012 and amendment of the Singapore Companies Act in 2014, there have been significant changes to the corporate governance regulatory landscape. A collaboration between CPA Australia, NUS Business School's Centre for Governance, Institutions and Organisations (CGIO), and Singapore Institute of Directors (SID), the SGTI succeeded the Governance and Transparency Index (GTI™) in 2016 as an enhanced assessment to meet the market needs of the future.

 

LATEST RESULTS - ISSUE 9 (AUGUST 2016)

 

LATEST RESOURCES

CORPORATE GOVERNANCE HIGHLIGHTS 2016
Enhancing Corporate Governance in Singapore.
 
FINDINGS ON THE SINGAPORE GTI™ 2016
Prof. Loh's presentation at GTI™ Forum 2016.

Governance and Transparency Index (GTI™) Research Report Past Issues (2012 - 2015)

 

ADVISORY PANEL

The SGTI advisory panel comprises of prominent corprate personalities that advises CGIO on the index methodology

  • Mr Loh Hoon Sun, Managing Director, Phillip Securities Pte Ltd
  • Mr Low Weng Keong, Past Global President and Chairman of the Board, CPA Australia
  • Mr Chaly Mah, Chairman (Retired), Deloitte Singapore
  • Mr Alvin Tay, Managing Editor, English/Malay/Tamil Media (EMTM) Group, Singapore Press Holdings
  • Mrs Stefanie Yuen Thio, Joint Managing Director, TSMP Law Corporation

 

GOVERNANCE AND TRANSPARENCY INDEX (GTI™) RESULTS (2008 - 2015)

collaboration Opportunities

At CGIO, we aim to deliver thought leadership, centred in Asia, with a global influence that contributes to organisational excellence and sustainability. As a research centre, we welcome collaboration opportunities and support from companies, trusts, foundations and individuals. If you are interested in research collaborations or funding our research efforts, please contact Ms Verity Thoi, Manager: Verity.Thoi@nus.edu.sg