In accordance with the articles of association, the Supervisory Board of First Sensor AG consists of four members, who are elected by the general assembly.
No committees were formed.
Prof. Dr. Alfred Gossner, CFO of Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft, Munich
After completing an Economics degree at the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich and the University of Lancaster and a Philosophy degree at the Munich School of Philosophy SJ, as well as a research residency with a Rhodes scholarship at the University of Oxford, Prof. Gossner then worked as a research assistant at the Faculty of Economics of Munich University. After earning his doctorate, he started his career at an international business consultancy in 1983. This was followed by sixteen years, starting from 1985, in various management positions at the Allianz Group, including as Group Managing Director (CEO) of Allianz South Africa, Johannesburg, and Allianz Namibia, Windhoek. Back in Germany, he took up the position of Chairman of the Executive Committee of Allianz Northern Germany in 1996 before being appointed as a member of the Management Board of Allianz Versicherungs-AG in 1999. In 2002, Prof. Gossner moved to the Management Board of Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft, where he is responsible for the areas of finance, controlling, information systems, purchasing, real estate management and internal audit In his role as Chairman of the Supervisory Board of First Sensor AG, Prof. Gossner can also make use of his experience from former supervisory board mandates for Germanische Lloyd AG, Karstadt Warenhaus AG and subsidiaries of the Allianz Group.
|2010||Appointment as "Professor Extraordinary," Business School of Stellenbosch University, South Africa|
|2002||CFO, Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft, Munich|
|1999||Member of the Management Board, Allianz Versicherungs-AG, Munich|
|1996||Chairman of the Executive Committee, Allianz Northern Germany, Hamburg|
|1991||Group Managing Director (CEO), Allianz South Africa, Johannesburg, and Allianz Namibia, Windhoek|
|1987||Head of department for Planning, Controlling, IT Projects, Allianz Europe, Munich|
|1985||Head of department for Competitor and Market Analyses, Allianz Europe, Munich|
|1983||Doctorate in Economics, Munich University|
|1980||Research assistant at the Faculty of Economics, Munich University|
Götz Gollan, member of the Management Board of equinet Bank AG, Frankfurt am Main
Götz Gollan, a banker and Business Administration graduate from the Frankfurt School of Finance and Management (formerly Hochschule für Bankwirtschaft), started his career at Dresdner Kleinwort Benson as an advisor to SMEs on initial public offerings and other capital market transactions. As a co-founder of equinet Bank AG, he then spent more than twelve years working in various positions for this Frankfurt-based SME bank. He initially started in the Corporate Finance segment before being appointed CFO of equinet Bank AG in 2002. From 2011 to 2016, Götz Gollan worked as a member of the Management Board of Privatbank Berlin von 1929 AG and successfully restructured the bank’s business model during this period. After five years, he returned to Frankfurt in September 2016, where has been working since that time for equinet Bank AG again as a Management Board member and Chief Operating Officer.
|2016||Management Board member (COO), equinet Bank AG, Frankfurt am Main|
|2011||Management Board member, Privatbank Berlin von 1929 AG, Berlin|
|2002||Management Board member (CFO), equinet Bank AG, Frankfurt am Main|
|1999||Co-founder and Director of Corporate Finance, equinet Group, Frankfurt am Main|
|1996||Authorized representative of Corporate Finance division, Dresdner Kleinwort Benson, Frankfurt am Main|
Marc de Jong, CEO of LM Wind Power, Kolding, Denmark
After studying Physics, Mathematics and Economics at VU University Amsterdam in 1985, Marc de Jong earned his master’s degree in Business Administration at the universities of Rotterdam and Rochester in 1991. He started his career as Director of Transmission Electron Microscopy at the technology group FEI Company. In 1994, Marc de Jong then moved to Philips Automotive, where he initially worked in various management and executive positions before taking charge of the Lamps EMEA division and subsequently the Special Lighting division at Philips Lighting as CEO starting from 2003. In 2005, Marc de Jong joined NXP Semiconductors in the position of CEO of BG Automotive & Identification. After working at NXP for five years, he returned to Philips and managed its Professional Lighting Solutions division, including as CEO. Since 2013, he has been the owner and CEO of InnoMarket BV. In 2015, Marc de Jong took on the role of CEO of LM Wind Power, a Danish global market leader in rotor blades for wind turbines with 10,000 employees worldwide and annual sales of 1 billion.
|2015||CEO, LM Wind Power, Kolding, Denmark|
|since 2013||CEO/owner, InnoMarket BV, Eindhoven, Netherlands|
|2009||CEO of Professional Lighting Solutions, Philips, Eindhoven, Netherlands|
|2005||CEO of BG Automotive & Identification, NXP Semiconductors, Eindhoven, Netherlands|
|2003||CEO of Lamps EMEA, Philips Lighting, Amsterdam, Netherlands|
|2000||CEO of Special Lighting, Philips Lighting, Amsterdam, Netherlands|
|1998||Commercial Director Automotive Lighting, Philips Automotive, Amsterdam, Netherlands|
|1994||Sales & Marketing Manager Automotive Emea, Philips Automotive, Amsterdam, Netherlands|
|1991||Product Line Director Transmission Electron Microscopy, FEI Company, Eindhoven, Netherlands|
|1991||Master of Business Administration (MBA), Erasmus University Rotterdam and University of Rochester - William E. Simon Graduate School of Business Administration|
|1985||Doctorate in Physics and Mathematics, VU University Amsterdam|
Prof. Christoph Kutter, Director Fraunhofer EMFT, Munich
After completing his physics studies at TU Munich, Prof. Kutter first worked as a research association at the MPI High Magnetic Field Laboratory in Grenoble, where he wrote his dissertation. In 1995 he earned his doctorate in physics at the University of Konstanz. He then took a job as a development engineer at Siemens Halbleiter in Munich. He held various management positions in Development at Siemens AG, later known as Infineon Technologies AG; most recently he was Corporate Vice President of R&D Excellence. Since 2012 Prof. Kutter has been director of the Fraunhofer Research Institution for Microsystems and Solid State Technologies EMFT and a professor for polytronic systems at Bundeswehr University in Munich. His primary research interests are sensors and actuators for humans and the environment.
|2012||Director, Fraunhofer Research Institution for Microsystems and Solid State Technologies EMFT, Munich|
|Appointed a professor for polytronic systems at the Bundeswehr University in Munich|
|2010||Corporate Vice President R&D Excellence, Infineon Technologies AG, Neubiberg|
|2004||Senior Vice President Product and System Development/ Business Group Communications, Infineon Technologies AG, Neubiberg|
|2003||Senior Vice President Corporate Research, Infineon Technologies AG, Neubiberg|
|2002||Responsible for the “R&D Excellence Office,” Infineon Technologies AG, Neubiberg|
|2001||Vice President Development Business Group Security and Chipcard ICs, Infineon Technologies AG, Neubiberg|
|1995||Doctorate in physics, University of Konstanz|