The past 18 months have been hectic for Jasmin
Kölbl-Vogt. From being part of the Citigroup team, she was
promoted to head of legal for Germany and Austria. She was then
heavily involved in discussions with the German regulator
(Bafin) in the fallout of Lehman Brothers and in the sale of
the retail arm of Citigroup in December. There was even time to
introduce a new Kölbl-Vogt into the world: Leena was born
in August last year.
"I worked here, really, to the last second. I went and
picked up my two other children from kindergarten then went to
the hospital," she says. "In the morning my husband asked if I
wanted him to drive me home or to the office. Even two days
later my little one joined me when I cleared up my desk."
German law dictates that women are prohibited...