Bernd J. Hoefer
Chairman & CEO A9C Capital Business Consultants & Technology Advisors WLL
- 1980-1986 – Study of economics at the universities Innsbruck (Austria) and Cologne (Germany); MBA University of Cologne
- 1993 – PhD in Economics at University of Cologne
- 1994/95 – Certified Tax Consultant (Steuerberater / StB)
- 1996 – Certified Public Accountant (Wirtschaftspruefer / WP)
- 1987-1999 – PricewaterhouseCoopers / PwC, Germany (Partner)
- 1999-2001 – Hertie Foundations, Germany (Managing Director)
- 2001-2006 – German Aerospace Centre – DLR (Vice Chairman, CFO)
Engagements in GCC / Middle East
- 2006-2008 – Intelnacom WLL (CEO, Member of the Board)
- 2006-2008 – Bahrain Aerospace WLL (CEO, Member of Board)
- 2007-2008 – HOCHTIEF Facility Management Bahrain WLL (Chairman)
- Since 2008 – A9C Capital WLL (Chairman & CEO)
Memberships & other functions
- Since 2001 – Professor for Economics, Management and Finance, University of Applied Sciences Cologne (RFH)
- Since 2006 – Professor for Innovation Mgmt and Technology Transfer, University of Applied Sciences Bonn / Rhein-Sieg
- 2002-2006 – T-Systems Solutions for Research, Member of Board
- 2003-2006 – Member of CERN (Geneva) Audit Committee
- 2003-2006 – Commerzbank AG, Member of NRW Advisory Board
- 2001-2006 – Chamber of Commerce and Industry Cologne, Germany Member of the Industry Board
- 2004-2006 – Application Centre for Satellite Navigation, Oberpfaffen-hofen, Germany, Chairman of the Supervisory Board
- Since 2002 – NUK Cologne, Germany, Entrepreneurship, Business plan competition, start-ups, Member of the Advisory Council
- 2003-2006 – Centre for Science and Research Management, Speyer, Germany, Chairman of the Advisory Board
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