August François von Finck

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August François von Finck (born 2 May 1968) is a German businessman [1] and the son of August von Finck, Jr., thus grandson of August von Finck, Sr.. August Francois von Finck's great-grandfather Wilhelm von Finck was the co-founder of the private bank Merck Finck & Co., the insurance companies Munich Re and Allianz - the second largest international insurance and financial services organization in the world. He is a German citizen but has his official residence in Switzerland.

As a member of the board of advisors of the Georgetown University, where he obtained his MBA in 1999, he holds the majority of important companies such as SGS and Von Roll Holding AG [2] in tandem with his family. As well the upscale international Swiss hotel chain Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts belongs to the family von Finck. August François von Finck has two brothers, Maximilian Rudolph von Finck (b. 1969) and Luitpold Ferdinand von Finck (b. 1972) and one sister, Maria Theresia von Finck. [3]

Known as simply Francois von Finck during his high school days, Francois attended the Darrow School in New Lebanon, New York.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Diskrete Geschäfte, 28. Jan. 2009, Sueddeutsche Zeitung
  2. ^ Von Roll Holding AG,
  3. ^ Top ten, Bilanz 2004, 24.11.2004