Measures to promote women to the Managing Board, Supervisory Board and management positions in the group
Appreciation of diversity and, therefore, removing barriers in women’s careers is one of the key elements of the human resource strategy at VIG. Gender is one of the three priorities of the diversity concept at both Group and VIG Holding level.
Nomination procedures for Group-wide training programmes for management, high potentials and experts are also required to include an equal number of women as far as possible, with the local human resources department bearing ultimate responsibility.
Female Supervisory Board Members
Women hold around 17.9% of the positions in VIG Supervisory Boards (consolidated insurance companies) across Europe (as at 31 December 2018) and 40.0% of the positions in VIG Holding.
Female Managing Board Members
Women hold around 24.1% of the positions on the Managing Boards of VIG insurance companies and around 17.9% of the Managing Board chairs are women. In VIG Holding, 50.0% of the Managing Board Members were women as of 31 December 2018. Elisabeth Stadler is the head of the Group.
Females in management positions
Including distribution, women hold around 47.6% of the management positions at the level directly below the Managing Board of consolidated VIG insurance companies across Europe (not including distribution: 52.2%).