DSV appoints third male executive despite ambitions of diversity

DSV has grown extensively in recent years, requiring more "horsepower" in the management, says CEO Jens Bjørn Andersen. Although the company has emphasized the need to ensure diversity, Michael Ebbe turned out to be the best candidate for the position as new CFO, which maintains an all-male management.

Jens Bjørn Andersen, CEO of DSV. | Photo: Lars Krabbe/Foto: Lars Krabbe/Ritzau Scanpix

DSV wants to ensure diversity on all levels of the company, as evidenced by its 2020 initiatives to support diversity.

In 2020, the distribution of men was 66 percent among lower-ranked managers, while women made up 34 percent at the same management level, prompting the company to aim for a better balance among its staff.

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