Women on Boards: What is Changing in Europe
WOB Turkey Board Member Lale Saral Develioğlu will moderate a fireside chat with EWOB Chair Hedwige Nuyens in this exclusive event. What has changed in Europe in terms of gender representation at Board level in the past 10 years? What is EWOB’s plan in the implementation of this directive? With remote work becoming part of the norm and the world heading towards full globalisation, how does that raise the chances of women looking for Board roles outside their own geographies?
Join us on May 9th at 3pm CEST at this members and partner organisation members only event to discover the answers to these questions and more.
Hedwige NuyensHedwige Nuyens has more than 30 years of experience in the Banking Industry and in Finance. She currently heads the International Banking Federation representing the banking industry at international level. Previously she was Head of Group Prudential Affairs at BNP Paribas, Chief Financial Officer of the Catholic University Louvain and Chief Risk Officer of ABN Amro Bank in Belgium. Hedwige is a longstanding advocate for gender diversity. Elected Businesswomen of the Year in 1999, she mentored hundreds of women so far, helping them build the career they want. She wrote a book in 2005 on the glass ceiling. In 2013 she was elected Chairwoman of the BNP Paribas' Women network. Hedwige holds a Faculty of Law and a Master's in financial sciences from the Catholic University Louvain, a Master's in business administration and finance from the EHSAL Brussels. She followed courses on Digital Transformation at Insead, on Sustainable Finance at Cambridge, on Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning at MIT and on Cyber Security at Harvard.
Lale Saral DevelioğluLale Saral Develioğlu is an independent board director and strategic advisor with 27 years of executive experience (15 years in senior leadership roles) at leading multinational companies- Unilever, Turkcell and Pladis. She has board experience in 20 different companies with diverse ownership structures across various industries, including telecommunications, consumer goods, manufacturing, automotive, retail, e-commerce, healthcare, customer service, gaming and particularly regulated markets, in Turkey, Middle East, CIS and Europe.