Board of Trustees
Pina Albo has been a member of Munich Reinsurance Company's Board of Management since 2014, where she is responsible for Europe and Latin America. She studied languages at the University of Winnipeg, and law at universities in Toronto and Aix-en-Provence. Before entering the reinsurance field, Pina practiced law in a large Canadian law firm. In 1992, she joined Munich Re. Pina was recently also named one of “The 50 most Influential Women in German Business” by Manager Magazine and The Boston Consulting Group.
Dr. Michael E. Bös studied business management at the University of Cologne. He wrote his doctoral thesis on option valuation and the capital market. From 1990 on he held several positions in the investment sector at various insurance companies (Colonia, Victoria, R+V-Versicherungen). In 2001 he joined the Development of the Strategic Asset Allocation/Asset Liability Management Department in the ERGO Insurance Group. In 2005 Mr. Bös became Head of Financial Management and Consulting at Munich Re and since 2006 he heads the Division ALM at Munich Re.
Prof. Dr. Dr. Peter Hoeppe is the Head of Geo Risks Research/Corporate Climate Centre at Munich Re. Before joining Munich Re Prof. Hoeppe has worked in different institutes at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University in Munich and as a post doc at Yale University (USA). His academic education is in meteorology (Masters and PhD) and human biology (PhD). From 1999 to 2002 he has been the President of the International Society of Biometeorology. He is the Chairman of the Munich Climate Insurance Initiative, which he has founded in 2005. In 2007 Prof. Hoeppe has been appointed as Global Warming Advisor of the Bavarian State Government and Chair of the “Finance-Forum: Climate Change” of the high-tech Strategy of the German Federal Government. In 2009 he has been one of the initiators of the Desertec Industrial Initiative.
Dr. Patrick Illinger studied physics in Munich. After gaining his doctorate for research on the subject of antimatter at the CERN European Research Centre near Geneva, he turned to journalism. He did a traineeship at Bayerische Rundfunk (Bavarian Broadcasting), where his activities included making a film about the war in Bosnia. Following this, he worked for two years as Editor for Research and Technology at Focus magazine. In 1997, Illinger moved to Süddeutsche Zeitung, where he was initially responsible for computer and technology topics. After building up the paper's online presence between 1999 and 2001 as Chief Editor of sueddeutsche.de, he took charge of the Knowledge Section at the paper in 2002.
Prof. Dr. Lenelis Kruse-Graumann has retired from the FernUniversität in Hagen as professor for psychology with special emphasis on environmental psychology in 2007. Since 1989 she serves as Honorary Professor at the University of Heidelberg. She served as member of the German Advisory Council on Global Change (WBGU) and as vice-chair of the Sustainability Council for Baden-Württemberg. She is a member of the German Commission for UNESCO, serves as vice chair of the German National Committee for the UN Decade Education for Sustainable Development (2005-2014) as well as a member of the German National Committee for the UNESCO Programme “Man and the Biosphere”.
Thomas Loster who holds a diploma in geography was a member of the Munich Re's Geo Risks Research Department from 1988 to 2004. He headed the "Flood Risk Research" section and was in charge of the analysis of loss statistics and trends of global natural disasters. Loster took up the post of Chairman of the Munich Re Foundation in July 2004. He is a member of the German National Committee for the United Nations Decade of Education for Sustainable Development and he is a lecturer for global challenges and sustainable solutions at the University for Applied Sciences Munich.
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