Wirecard Aufsichtsrat

Supervisory Board of the Week: Why the Wirecard Board is now ready for the Dax

Since Tuesday, Wirecard has been more valuable on the stock exchange than Deutsche Bank – and even twice as highly rated as Commerzbank. The chances of being admitted to the DAX in September have thus increased significantly, which the management of CEO Markus Braun is likely to regard not only as an accolade, but also as a source of satisfaction. After all, Wirecard has been heavily attacked time and again …

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Andreas Rettig

Andreas Rettig: The governance pioneer in professional football

One could take it easy and label Andreas Rettig as a nostalgic or lobbyist. As lobbyists, because the manager of the second division club FC St. Pauli represents the interests of small clubs. And as a nostalgic man, because as spokesman for the “50+1” advocates he fights for the German football clubs to retain the majority in their professional departments in the future. Many, on the other hand, see the …

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Robert Bosch

Foundations: What Robert Bosch did better than Alfried Krupp

When Robert Bosch blessed time in 1942, he left clear guidelines in his will to continue the company in his spirit. This has led – among other things – to a clear separation of charity and business: The Robert Bosch Foundation has transferred its voting rights to an”Industrietreuhand”, which is always headed by the last Bosch board member (currently Franz Fehrenbach, who is also the company’s supervisory board chairman). Certainly: …

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