Professor dr. Mijntje Lückerath-Rovers (1968, female) is professor of corporate governance at Tilburg University, TIAS School for Business and Society. Her research focuses on the relationship between executive boards and supervisory boards, including aspects such as transparency, diversity, independence and evaluations. She wrote several articles in these topics, for example in the Journal of Business Ethics (2012): Code of Conduct for Non-Executive Directors and in the Journal of Management and Governance (2013) Women on boards and firm performance. She is the co-author of the annual non-executive directors survey (since 2007) and of the Dutch Female Board Index (since 2007). She is the editor of the Yearbook Corporate Governance (Kluwer).
Ms Lückerath-Rovers holds a master (1994) and PhD (2007) in Financial Economics from Erasmus University. From 1994 till 2001, she worked at Rabobank International, firstly as management trainee and in her last assignment she was Vice President Project Finance. From 2001 till 2012 she worked at the Erasmus University at the Faculty of Law as an associate professor at the Master in Financial Law and she worked as a professor of corporate governance at Nyenrode Business University from 2010-2013.
She is also a member of the Supervisory Boards of Achmea N.V. , the investment funds and the Greenfund of ASN Bank, and the Dutch Guide Dog Foundation. She is a member of the Board of the Dutch Payment Association (“Betaalvereniging Nederland”) and member of the Public Interest Committee of Ernst&Young Accountants LLP.