Women make up 23% of board members at German companies, study finds

Published by

Women now make up 22.7% of board members at the 40 largest companies listed on the German stock market, up from 19% a year ago, according to a new study. Last year, more women than men were appointed to the executive boards, the survey by personnel consultancy Russell Reynolds reported. Women make up half of the members of the boards of two companies listed on Germany’s blue-chip DAX index, namely Siemens Healthineers and Fresenius Medical Care. The changes come after the introduction of a new law that requires listed companies with more than three board members to have at least one woman boar…

Read More

Leave a Reply