Ann-Kristin Achleitner

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Ann-Kristin with husband Paul
BornAnn-Kristin Koberg
16. March 1966
Alma materUniversity of St. Gallen
SpousePaul Achleitner
Member ofBavaria/COVID-19 Economic Advisory Council, Trilateral Commission, WEF/Global Leaders for Tomorrow/1998
Director of Lazard Ltd and Lazard Group since April 2021. Married to Bilderberg Steering Committee Paul Achleitner

Ann-Kristin Achleitner is a German economist. Since March 2021, she has been a director of Lazard Ltd and Lazard Group since April 2021. She was on multiple commissions for the German, Bavarian and Swiss government, as well as for the EU Commission and various World Economic Forum groupings, [1] She is also a member of the Trilateral Commission.

She is married to Bilderberg Steering Committee member and chairman of the supervisory board of Deutsche Bank Paul Achleitner.


Before taking on her current position, Achleitner held an Endowed Chair for Banking and Finance at EBS University of Business and Law from 1995 to 2001 and Honorary Professor at EBS from 2002 to 2013. She is a member of acatech.[2][3][4]

In addition, Achleiter was appointed to the Government Commission on the German Corporate Governance Codex and on the Economic Council of the Embassy of France in Berlin.

In 2017, it was reported that "five of the most influential kingmakers in Germany" - Ann-Kristin, her husband Paul Achleitner, Michael Diekmann, Joachim Faber and Peter Löscher - had merged their private offices,[5][6] The joint office is located in exclusive Palais Preysing in central Munich. The five, who close friends and trust each other, sit on the supervisory boards of ten of the 30 groups in the German benchmark share index DAX. In addition, they combine supervisory board mandates at more than half a dozen other companies in Germany and abroad. [7]

Other activities

Corporate boards

  • Investcorp, Member of the International Advisory Board (since 2018)[8]
  • Munich Re, Member of the supervisory board (since 2013)[9]
  • Engie, Member of the Board of Directors (since 2012), Chair of the Committee for Ethics, the Environment and Sustainable Development (since 2016)[10]
  • Linde, Member of the supervisory board (since 2011)[11]
  • Deutsche Börse, Member of the supervisory board (2016-2019), Member of the Nomination and Strategy Committees[12][13]
  • Metro AG, Member of the supervisory board (2011-2017)[14]
  • Vontobel, Member of the Board of Directors (2009-2013)
  • Depfa Bank, Member of the supervisory board (1996-2001)

Non-profit organizations


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