(ANSA) – ROME, FEBRUARY 28 – There are 639 expired positions to be renewed in 107 companies owned by the Ministry of Economy and Finance.
This is what emerges from the fifth edition of the analysis of the CoMar Study Center on the governance of all State subsidiaries.
Of the 639 total people expiring, 72 sit in 15 companies directly controlled by the Mef (22 Directors and 50 auditors), while 567 are in 92 indirect subsidiaries (377 directors and 190 auditors), through its Parent Company Amco, Banca MPS, Cassa Depositi e Prestiti, Enav, Enel, Eni, Eur, Ferrovie dello Stato Italiane, Invitalia, Istituto Poligrafico Zecca dello Stato, Leonardo, Poste Italiane, Rai, Sace, Sport and Health, STMicroelectronics.
There are 243 women, equal to 38% overall; they were 31.3% in the companies that went for renewal in 2021. Percentage, women are more present in the companies controlled directly by the Mef (30 women directors out of 72 total directors – 41.6%) than indirect ones (213 directors out of 567 directors total – 37.5%); just as they are percentage-wise more in the boards of auditors (100 women auditors out of 240 total auditors – 41.7%) than in the board of directors (143 women directors out of 399 total directors – 35.8%). These figures indicate, according to the Comar survey, beyond the quantitative data, that there is more distance between the male and female component, where there are greater operational powers; and it is on this aspect, more than on the purely numerical one, that there is still room for improvement. (HANDLE).
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