Looking back on an enriching time: Joachim Faber leaves the Supervisory Board after eleven years.
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The outgoing chief supervisor of Deutsche Börse, Joachim Faber, speaks in an interview about the pressure from shareholders and concerns about the positioning of the stock exchange.
Mr. Faber, next Tuesday the Deutsche Börse Annual General Meeting is due. It will be your last AGM as chairman of the board. There is trouble in the house.
Business editor, responsible for the financial market.
When you allude to the reports that a voting rights adviser has a different opinion on an agenda item, I do not call it an annoyance, but a lively discourse. Throughout my tenure, I was always in close dialogue with the investors. And there we get a lot of support. I have always found this exchange personally very enriching. Investors have an outside view that can help management.