Otto Wolff von Amerongen

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Person.png Otto Wolff von Amerongen  Rdf-icon.png
(businessman, deep politician)
Otto Wolff von Amerongen.jpg
Born6 August 1918
Died8 March 2007 (Age 88)
Parents • Otto Wolff
• Elsa von Amerongen
Member ofBilderberg/Advisory Committee, Bilderberg/Steering committee
Bilderberg Advisory Committee member, deep politician

Otto Wolff von Amerongen was Chairman and C.E.O. of Otto Wolff Industrieberatung und Beteiligungen GmbH. He attended 46 Bilderberg meetings.

Career

On his father's death he became a board member and co-proprietor of his father's business, the Otto-Wolff-Konzern.[1] In 1942, during World War II, he was sent to Portugal to handle import-export business for the firm.[1] He was briefly interned following the Allied invasion of Germany but was given responsibility for re-establishing the company's export business in 1947.[2]

From 1955 he was Chairman of the German East-West Trade Committee, and served as Chairman of the Cologne Chamber of Commerce and Industry from 1966 and 1990.

On the 1966 flotation of the business, Wolff von Amerongen became Chairman of the board, a position he retained for the next twenty years, taking on Peter Jungen as a P.A.

He held positions on the boards of other major firms. In 1971 he became a director of Standard Oil of New Jersey, later Exxon.[3]

Connections

He was a member of the Bilderberg Advisory Committee and Bilderberg Steering Committee. His long term personal assistant, Peter Jungen, attended Le Cercle.

 

Events Participated in

EventLocation(s)Description
Bilderberg/1955 MarchFrance
Barbizon
Bilderberg/1955 SeptemberGermany
Garmisch-Partenkirchen
Bilderberg/1956Denmark
Fredensborg
Bilderberg/1957 FebruaryUS
Georgia
St Simons Island
Bilderberg/1958Buxton
England
Bilderberg/1959Turkey
Yesilkoy
Bilderberg/1960Switzerland
Bürgenstock
Bilderberg/1961Canada
Quebec
St-Castin
Bilderberg/1962Sweden
Saltsjöbaden
Bilderberg/1963France
Cannes
Hotel Martinez
Bilderberg/1964US
Virginia
Williamsburg
Bilderberg/1965Italy
Villa d'Este
Bilderberg/1966Germany
Wiesbaden
Hotel Nassauer Hof
Bilderberg/1967St John's College (Cambridge)
UK
England
Bilderberg/1968Canada
Mont Tremblant
Bilderberg/1969Denmark
Hotel Marienlyst
Elsinore
Bilderberg/1970Switzerland
Hotel Quellenhof
Bad Ragaz
Bilderberg/1971US
Vermont
Woodstock
Woodstock Inn
Bilderberg/1972Belgium
Hotel La Reserve
Knokke
Bilderberg/1973Sweden
Saltsjobaden
The meeting at which the 1973 oil crisis appears to have been planned.
Bilderberg/1974France
Cannes
Hotel Martinez
Bilderberg/1975Turkey
Golden Dolphin Hotel
Cesme
Bilderberg/1977Imperial Hotel
Torquay
England
Bilderberg/1978US
New Jersey
Princeton University
Bilderberg/1979Austria
Baden
Clubhotel Schloss Weikersdorf
Bilderberg/1980Germany
Parkhotel Quellenhof
Bad Aachen
Bilderberg/1982Norway
Sandefjord
Rica Park Hotel
Bilderberg/1983Canada
Quebec
Château Montebello
Bilderberg/1984Sweden
Saltsjöbaden
The Grand Hotel
Bilderberg/1985New York
US
Arrowwood of Westchester
Rye Brook
Bilderberg/1986Scotland
Gleneagles Hotel
Bilderberg/1987Italy
Villa D'Este
Cernobbio
Bilderberg/1988Austria
Interalpen-Hotel
Telfs-Buchen
Bilderberg/1989Spain
Island of La Toja
Gran Hotel
34th Bilderberg meeting
Bilderberg/1990New York
US
Glen Cove
Bilderberg/1991Germany
Baden-Baden
Steigenberger Hotel Badischer Hof
Bilderberg/1992France
Royal Club Evian
Evian-les-Bains
Bilderberg/1993Greece
Nafsika Astir Palace Hotel
Vouliagmeni
Bilderberg/1994Finland
Helsinki
Bilderberg/1995Greece
Nafsika Astir Palace Hotel
Vouliagmeni
Bilderberg/1996Canada
Toronto
Bilderberg/1997US
Lake Lanier
Georgia (state)
The 45th Bilderberg meeting
Bilderberg/1998Scotland
Turnberry
Bilderberg/1999Portugal
Sintra
Bilderberg/2000Belgium
Brussels
Genval
Bilderberg/2001Sweden
Stenungsund


References

  1. a b "Portrait Otto Wolff von Amerongen". Alpha Management GmbH.

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  2. "Business History of Otto Wolff". Otto Wolff.

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  3. "Executive Changes". The New York Times. October 28, 1971.

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