Bankinter achieves the second best score in a ranking of gender diversity in European banking created by the Boston Consulting Group

According to the study, only five women hold the position of chief executive officer in the 50 largest banks in Europe, and two hold the position of chairman.

The number of women on Bankinter's board of directors amounts to 45.5%, and 50% for the bank's management committee.

. Bankinter has reached second place in a ranking created by the Boston Consulting Group (BCG) which assesses the level of gender diversity in the senior management of European financial institutions, as well as the perception / opinion that employees themselves have of the diversity initiatives implemented in their own institutions.

According to the study, carried out by the consulting firm's specialised financial services area together with its global diversity, equity and inclusion team, Bankinter is the second financial institution in Europe, and the first among Spanish financial institutions, with the highest degree of diversity in its senior management. To draw its conclusions, the study analysed variables such as proportional gender representation in the 50 largest financial institutions on the continent, as well as remuneration in these leadership positions.

According to this ranking, Bankinter receives an overall score of 81 points out of 100, surpassed only by the Norwegian bank DNB, with a score of 83. Following Bankinter is the Dutch bank ABN AMRO; the Irish bank AIB Group; and in fifth place, the German bank Commerzbank.

According to the study, only five women hold the position of CEO among the continent's top 50 banks, one of them being the CEO of Bankinter, María Dolores Dancausa. Only two women hold the position of chairman.

Bankinter's board of directors is made up of eleven members, five of whom are women, composing an administrative body that is 45.5% women, thus exceeding the diversity recommendations set out in the Good Governance Code of Listed Companies, revised in 2020. The bank's management committee has an equal representation of men and women.