Chairman of the EOS Group’s Board of Directors
With the Top Women Leaders Award for EOS in Spain and the gold medal for EOS in France from prestigious rating agency EcoVadis, EOS has already won accolades for its endeavors in corporate responsibility in the course of the financial year. But even more has happened, quite apart from these awards. We have pressed ahead with existing initiatives and created new ones.
Since its launch, more than 1,200 schools in Germany have used the finlit foundation’s educational program ManoMoneta in their curriculum. The goal of the EOS Group’s first non-profit company is to familiarize children with the topics of finances and money. In Germany, more than 70,000 children aged between 9 and 13 have already benefited from the program. And the international rollout has now begun: ManoMoneta has already been launched in the Czech Republic, with Slovenia set to follow in spring 2023. A follow-on program for school students aged 13 to 16 is currently being developed. In summer 2022, finlit has found in Hanseatic Bank a strong partner to support it with this initiative.
(As of November 2022)
“At EOS, diversity is part of the company’s success. The extensive expertise of our colleagues with different cultural backgrounds helps us to get better every single day,” says Marwin Ramcke, CEO of the EOS Group. Strengthening diversity is also the objective behind the establishment of the EOS Diversity & Inclusion Board, which coordinates and supports various employee initiatives across the Group like the LGBTQ+ community Queer@EOS and the women’s network W:isible.
With our Code of Conduct, we are creating binding obligations for ourselves in respect of our day-to-day activities. The defined principles of conduct are a reliable reference point for our staff, customers and partners.