“Most time is lost because people do not think things through to the very end”
In January 1970, Herrhausen joined Deutsche Bank as a deputy member of the bank’s management board. In 1971 he became a full member of the board. He was responsible for international business (North and South America, Australia/ New Zealand, South Africa) and for foreign trade financing. In addition, he supervised the bank’s activities in the region of Essen.
“We must say what we think. We must do what we say. We must also be what we do.”Alfred Herrhausen
On 30 November 1989, Alfred Herrhausen was murdered by terrorists in Bad Homburg v.d.H./P>
The project database allows you to search the projects and topics at the Alfred Herrhausen Society
Denk ich an Deutschland 2012 / Do I Think of Germany 2012The fourth conference of the series took place in Berlin on September 28, 2012. The debates circled around the question "How Do We (not) Want to Live in the Future?" [more]
An overview of our project partners. [more]