Klaus Zumwinkel in 2007
December 15, 1943 |
Rheinberg, Northrhine-Westphalia, Germany
|Education||University of Münster
Wharton Business School
|Title||Deutsche Post CEO|
Klaus Peter Richard Otto Zumwinkel (German pronunciation: [ˈtsʊmvɪŋkəl], born December 15, 1943) was Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of Deutsche Post between 1990 and 2008. Being under suspicion of tax fraud, he resigned from office on February 15, 2008. He was convicted in January 2009, and given a suspended sentence of two years imprisonment and fined one million euros.
Zumwinkel was born in Rheinberg, Kreis Moers, Rheinprovinz, which is now in Kreis Wesel, Nordrhein-Westfalen. He attended Gymnasium Adolfinum in Moers and studied business at the University of Münster. Following graduation in 1969, he attended Wharton Business School of the University of Pennsylvania from 1970. He gained his M.Sc. in 1971, and returned to the University of Münster, where he qualified as Dr. rer. pol. in 1973.
- Wharton Alumni Magazine: 125 Influential People and Ideas: Klaus Zumwinkel
- Deutsche Post: Frank Appel (bis 17.2.2008 Klaus Zumwinkel)
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- Klaus Zumwinkel: Executive Profile & Biography - BusinessWeek
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