Peer Steinbrück
Peer Steinbrück

Peer Steinbrück (born 1947 in Hamburg)

Resides in: Mettmann

Nationality: German

Occupation: Senior Advisor to the Management Board of ING-DiBa AG, Frankfurt am Main

Member of the Supervisory Board since 30 November 2010 (appointed until 2020)

Other responsibilities in accordance with § 125 (1) sentence 5 AktG and § 285 no. 10 HGB:
   
 
a) on statutory supervisory boards: Chairman of the Supervisory Board of ClearVAT Aktiengesellschaft, Berlin (not listed)
b) on comparable German or foreign supervisory bodies of commercial enterprises: none
   
Qualifications:
   
1968 to 1970 Enlisted in the German Bundeswehr
1970 to 1974 Economics degree (Diplom-Volkswirt) from Kiel University, having studied economics and social sciences
   
Professional experience:
   
Since 1969 Joins German Social Democratic Party (SPD)
1995 Joins IG Bergbau, Chemie, Energie trade union
1974 and
1976 to 1986
Various roles at federal and state ministries, the Federal Chancellery in Bonn, the Permanent Representation of the Federal Republic of Germany in East Berlin and in the SPD parliamentary group in the Bundestag.
1986 to 1990 Chief of staff for Johannes Rau, the Premier of North Rhine-Westphalia
1990 to 1998 State government of Schleswig-Holstein
1990 to 1993: State Secretary in various ministries
1993 to 1998: Minister for Economic Affairs, Technology and Transport
1998 to 2005 State parliament (Landtag) and state government of North Rhine-Westphalia
1998 to 2000: Minister for Economic Affairs and the SME Sector, Technology and Transport
2000 to 2005: Member of the Landtag
2000 to 2002: Finance Minister
2002 to 2005: Premier
2005 to 2009 German Finance Minister,
SPD Vice Chairman
2009 to 2016 Member of German Bundestag
SPD's nominee for chancellor in the 2013 elections
Since 2016 Senior Advisor to the Management Board of ING-DiBa AG, Frankfurt am Main
   
Other information: Peer Steinbrück is a married father of three.
   
Other: In 2010, Peer Steinbrück began a five-year term of office as a member of the Supervisory Board of Thyssen Krupp AG.
He is the author of non-fiction books and is active in various (cultural) clubs, associations and foundations.

Last updated: September 2020