As a result of its long-term commitment, CNP Assurances once again received a score of 99/100 on the gender-equality index this year. The Group has also largely exceeded the objectives of the "Rixain" law in terms of the number of women in its management bodies. 

Article 14 of Law 2021-1774 of 24 December 2021, known as the "Rixain" law, which aims to accelerate economic and professional equality, creates a requirement for balanced representation between women and men among senior managers and members of the management bodies of large companies. 

From 1 March 2026, they must reach a target of at least 30% of women in senior management   and at least 30% of women in the management bodies. From 1 March 2029, the targets increase from 30% to 40%. 

With 51% women on its Executive Committee, CNP Assurances has already far exceeded the 2029 target.

Moreover, French companies with more than 50 employees must publish the gender-equality index on 1 March each year. By obtaining a 99/100 gender-equality score in 2022, CNP Assurances once more demonstrates its maturity in terms of equality in the workplace. 

The company has obtained the maximum score for four of the index indicators: rate of individual increases, promotions between women and men, percentage of employees receiving an increase in the year following their return from maternity leave and male/female breakdown of the ten employees with the highest remuneration. 

CNP Assurances was awarded the special prize for equal pay for men and women in the 2021 ranking of female representation in SBF 120 companies. 

Bérengère Grandjean, Human Resources Director, CNP Assurances
“CNP Assurances continues its commitment to combating gender inequality in the workplace. With 51% women on its Executive Committee, the company is well above the targets set by the government for the number of women in management bodies. 

CNP Assurances also once again confirmed its maturity in terms of promoting professional equality with a score of 99/100 on the Gender-Equality Index 2022."