The stereoselective formation of C−C bonds is of great importance for the synthesis of enantiomerically pure natural products and pharmaceuticals. A broad repertoire of chiral auxiliaries, reagents, and catalysts can be utilized for the reliable generation of tertiary stereocenters. In contrast, the synthesis of organic compounds with quaternary stereocenters is a much more demanding and challenging task. Every enantioselective synthetic method can demonstrate its value through the generation of a fully substituted carbon center. In this Minireview examples of newer stoichiometric and catalytic methods are summarized which have proved their suitability for the enantioselective construction of quaternary stereocenters.