Supervision.

Company monitoring. Minimising risks to shareholders and the society.

Regulators. The regulated. I know both sides.

As a member of the supervisory or advisory board, I take an active role in the governing body of your company. In this role I supervise the actions of the company’s management. The basis of my role is my long-standing practical experience, my ability to see issues strategically and in their overall context, my ability to recognise trends, my management and advisory skills, my knowledge of issues related to regulation, compliance and governance, as well as my distinctive knowledge and experience across the entire spectrum of communications.

My expertise is unique:
I can draw on experience from the perspective of both, the “regulated” and the “regulator”.

My long-standing practical experience, my ability to see issues strategically and in their overall context, my ability to recognise trends, my management and advisory skills, my knowledge of issues related to regulation, compliance and governance, as well as my distinctive knowledge and experience across the entire spectrum of communications enable me to actively supervise companies as supervisory board and advisory board member. 

In fulfilling the expectations of shareholders and the public, education and training measures are necessary, as also recommended by the German Corporate Governance Code. In 2020, I successfully passed the examination “Qualified Supervisory Board Member” at the German Stock Exchange and stand ready for mandates as a supervisory and/or advisory board member.

My long-standing practical experience, my ability to see issues strategically and in their overall context, my ability to recognise trends, my management and advisory skills, my knowledge of issues related to regulation, compliance and governance, as well as my distinctive knowledge and experience across the entire spectrum of communications enable me to actively supervise companies as supervisory board and advisory board member. 

In fulfilling the expectations of shareholders and the public, education and training measures are necessary, as also recommended by the German Corporate Governance Code. In 2020, I successfully passed the examination “Qualified Supervisory Board Member” at the German Stock Exchange and stand ready for mandates as a supervisory and/or advisory board member.

Important to me are the corporate culture, clear communication and lived value-based leadership. These are the key factors for the successful implementation of the mission, goal and strategy of any company, whether large, medium or small.

Corporate governance, always on the forefront, is the crucial framework – internally and externally – to be able to take the right decisions in the interest of the company, the shareholders and all stakeholders.

To set the “tone at the top”, the following questions must be answered:

My expertise:

Member of FidAR - The initiative for more women on supervisory boards

“Improving corporate governance requires diversity on boards. FidAR fights for parity in the composition of these boards, as this does not yet happen by itself. With my membership I stand up to achieve diversity: away from “men for men” towards “women and men for women and men”, with equal rights!”

More information at www.fidar.de

Member of the Female Board Pool

“Women neither want to meet the quota nor do they want to displace qualified men. We want to take responsibility, shape value-oriented leadership, bring in our talents and thus generate added value for the entire society. In doing so, women should support women. The Female Board Pool, to me, implements this goal consistently and with passion.”

More information at www.femaleboardpool.eu

Supervisory board members need sound knowledge.

Education and training measures are necessary to meet the expectations of shareholders and the public, in line with the recommendation of the German Corporate Governance Code. Therefore, I have continued my education accordingly, and in 2020 successfully passed the examination “Qualified Supervisory Board Member” by Deutsche Börse.

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