Klaus Schweinsberg was once again moderator of the CEO-Lunch at this years Security Conference, taking place in Munich from February 15 -17. High ranking representatives from national and international economy and politics, accepted the invitation from ambassador Wolfgang Ischinger to discuss with the Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi and the German Minister of Economics and Energy, Peter Altmaier or the Emir of Qatar, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani. (picture: glh)
Klaus Schweinsberg moderated a panel titled “Europe – whither will you? How sustainable is the EU? at the international trade fair for property and investment expo real on October 10 in Munich. Together with Prof. Marcel Fratzscher, German Institut for Economic Research, Dr. Thomas Beyerle, Catella Property Valuation GmbH, Prof. Tobias Just, IREBS Immobilienakademie GmbH, University of Regensburg, Dr. Christoph Schumacher, Credit Suisse Asset Management and Dr. Hans Volkert Volckens, CA Immo AG he discussed the sustainability of the European Union caught up in the tension between global challenges and rising nationalism and protectionisms. (picture: ©Messe München)
At the annual Innovation Day on September 26 in Munich, Klaus Schweinsberg discussed with Julia Jäkel, Chief Executive Officer Gruner + Jahr, about how she manages the balancing act between disruption and tradition – and what leadership in times of digitalisation really comes down to. The event hosted by the Serviceplan Group gathered 400 executive board members, managing directors and brand managers and international top speakers from the worlds of business, media and politics.
“The world is more unstable than it has been for a long time and strategic orientation has become more important than ever”. This was the opening statement by Klaus Schweinsberg during a high class dinner held at the Jockey-Club in Vienna on March 14th. Together with General Sir Richard Shirreff he discussed the “Current geopolitical shifts and the (future) role of Europe“ offering some guidance and unique insights from the military. General Sir Richard Shirreff KCB CBE, was Deputy Supreme Allied Commander Europe from 2011 to 2014 and is respected across NATO countries and beyond as one of the leading strategists of his generation. Sir Richard’s fictional novel War with Russia, based on his military experience, was published in 2016. (picture ©glh)
At this year’s Munich Security Conference (MSC) Klaus Schweinsberg moderated side events with high ranking representatives from economy and politics, including Christine Lagarde, Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and Prime Minister of Israel, Benjamin Netanjahu, (photo), also with former President of Germany and Head of IMF Horst Köhler and others. (picture: glh)