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Facts and figures

Here you can find the most important facts and figures about Mercedes-Benz Mobility.

2020 2021
Revenue* 27,699 28,646
New business* 67,786 74,377
Contract volume (December 31)* 150,553 162,843
EBIT* 1,436 2,140
EBIT adjusted* 1,595 1,827
Return on Equity (RoE), in % 9.8% 15.3%
Return on Equity (RoE) adjusted, in % 10.9% 13.1%
Employees (December 31) 11,650 12,680

*Amounts in millions of €

Status Quo 12/2021 Target 12/2025
Supervisory Board 50% 40.0%
Executive Board 28.5% 28.5%
First management level 26.6% 28.0%
Second management level 30% 28.0%

In accordance with the targets defined by German legislation regarding equal participation by women and men in executive positions in both the private and the public sector, Mercedes-Benz Mobility AG has issued the following statement:

In 2020, the responsible governing bodies of Mercedes-Benz Mobility AG set new targets for the year 2025. The status quo at the end of 2020, as well as the targets for the years 2020 and 2025, are shown in the tables on this page.

The targets for the Supervisory Board, the Board of Management and the first management level under the Board of Management were exceeded by the status quo in December 2020. In spite of an increase in the absolute number of female managers, an increase in the total number of managers in the second management level under the Board of Management resulted in a decrease of the percentage of women in management positions from 29.5% (the status quo when the targets were set in 2016) to 25%. The main reason why the target was missed at this level was the departure of a number of female managers who took parental leave, participated in redundancy programmes or moved to other units of the Group. Moreover, when vacancies were filled, the proportion of female managers was affected by necessary internal reintegration and relocation measures.

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