German Chancellor Angela Merkel wants to push for an expansion of the proportion of women in Dax companies. She was with a woman Minister Franziska Giffey in an interview, said Merkel on Wednesday in the Bundestag in Berlin. "I consider it absolutely insufficient, that there is still a listed company, in which not a single woman on the Board sits. This is a condition that you can't find a reasonable one.“
Even with the introduction of a women's quota for Supervisory boards in Dax companies you have found enough candidates. Merkel does not want to determine when the Grand coalition will reach an agreement. You need a little more time. "But I know my limits of the term of office," she said in a nod to their announcement, 2021 once again for the Bundestag election.
Giffey 30-percent-quota to expand
Giffey is a legal quota for a minimum number of women had suggested, in certain company boards. Thereafter, the Board of Directors of a stock exchange is listed, and at the same time, on a basis of parity co-determined company in the future, with at least one woman must be occupied, and if he has more than three members.
she wants to extend in addition, since 2015, the mandatory 30 per cent quota for women in Supervisory boards from about 100 to about 600 companies in the private sector. To the entry into force of the new rules to 1. May 2021.Date Of Update: 01 July 2020, 18:19