| | | | |
Chairman: Peter Carrington, former chairman of the board, Christies Intl. plc., former Secr. Gen. NATO
Honorary Secretary-General for Europe and Caneda: Victor Halberstadt, prof. of public economics, Leiden Un. / NL
Honorary Secretary-Ceneral for U.S.: Casimir A. Yost, director, Institute for the Study of Diplomacy, School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University, Washington
(I) Giovanni Agnelli, chairman, Fiat SpA;
(I) Umberto Agnelli, chairman IFIL.
(FIN) Krister Ahlstrom, president and CEO, Ahlstrom Group.
(FIN) Esko Aho, Prime Minister.
(FIN) Martti Ahtisaari, president of the Republic of Finland.
(US) Paul A. Allaire, chairman, Xerox Corp.
(TR) Ali Hikmet Alp, ambassador, permanent representative of Turkey to the CSCE.
(I) Alfredo Ambrosetti, chairmarn, Ambrosetti Group.
(US) Dwayne O. Andreas, chairman, Archer-Daniels-Midland Co. Inc.
(GR) Gerasimos Arsenis, minister of defense.
(P) Francisco Pinto Batsemao, professor of mass communications, New University, Lisbon; chairman, Sojornal sarl; former prime minister.
(S) Perey Barnevik, president and CEO, ABB Asea Brown Boveri Ltd.
(P) Jose Manuel Durao Barrosso,minister for foreign affairs.
(US) Douglas J. Bennet, assistant secretary of state for international organizations.
(S) Hans Bergstrom, political editor, Dagens Nyheter.
(I) Franco Bemabe, managing director, Ente Nazionale Idrocarburi (ENI);
(D) Cristoph Bertram, diplomatic correspondent, Die Zeit; former director, Intl. Institute for Strategic Studies.
(NL) Ernst H. van der Beugel, emeritus professor of international relations, Leiden University; former honorary secretary general of Bilderberg; meetings for Europe and Canada.
(TR) Selahttin Beyazit, director of companies.
(CDN) Conrad M. Black, chairman,The Telegraph plc.
(D) Birgit Breuel, chairman,Treuhandanstalt.
(GR) Costa Carras, director of companies.
(E) Jaime Carvajal Urquijo, chairman and General Manager, Iberfomento.
(I) Innocenzo Cipolletta, director general, Confindustria.
(B) Willy Claes; minister of foreign affairs.
(US) E. Gerald Corrigan, former president, Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
(US) Ramon C. Cortines, chancellor, New York City Board of Education.
(CH) Flavio Cotti, federal councilor and minister for foreign affairs.
(GB) Percy Cradock, former ambassador to China; former foreign policy adviser to the prime minister:
(US) Kenneth W. Dam, Max Pam Prof. of Am. and Foreign Law, Un. of Chicago Law School; former dep. secr.of state.
(B) Etienne Davignon, chairman,Societe Generale de Belgique; former vice chairman of the Commission of the EC
(I) Mario Draghi, director general, ministry ot the Treasury.
(CDN) Marie-Josee Drouin, executive director, Hunson Institute of Canada.
(FIN) Georg Ehrnrooth, president and CEO, Metra Corp.
(DK) Uffe Ellemann-Jensen, member of parliament: former minister for foreign affairs.
(US) Mike Espy, secretary of agriculture.
(F) Laurent Fabius, member of parliament, former prime minister, former chairman of parliament.
(US) James J. Florio, former governor of New Jersey.
(US) Stephen Friedman, chairman, Goldman Sachs & Co.
(US) Louie V. Gerstner Jr., chairman, IBM Corp.
(US) Katharine Graham, chairman of the executive committee, the Washington Post Co.
(FIN) Sirkka Hamalainen, chairman of the board, Bank of Finland.
(GB) Nicholas Henderson; former ambassador to Poland, Germany, France and the U.S.
(NL) Cor A.J. Herkstroter, chairman, Royal Dutch Shell.
(N) Westye Hoegh, chairman of the board, Leif Hoegh & Co. AS; president, Norwegian Shipowners' Association.
(US) Robert E. Hunter, U.S.representative to NATO.
(B) Jan Huyghebaert, chairman, Almanij-Krediebank Group.
(FIN) Jaako Ihamuotila, chairman of the board and CEO, Neste Corp.
(FIN) Jaakko Iloniemi, managing director, Centre for Finnish Business and Policy Studies; former ambassador to the U.S.
(L) Pierre Jaans, general manager, Institut Monetaire Luxembourgeois.
(F) Philippe Jaffre, chairman and GEO, Elf Aquitaine.
(FIN) Max Jakobson, consultant; former ambassador to the UN and Sweden.
(A) Peter Jankowitsch, ambassador to the OECD; former federal minister for foreign affairs.
(US) Vernon E. Jordan Jr., senior partner, Akin, Gump, Strauss, Hauer & Feld, attorneys at law.
(US) Henry Kissinger, former secretary of state; chairman Kissinger Associates, Inc.
(GB) Andrew Knight, chairman, News International plc.
(TR) Rahmi M. Koc, chairman of the board of directors, Koc Holding A.S.
(FIN) Jarl Kohler, president, Finnish Forest Industries Federation.
(INT) Max Kohnstamm, former secr.gen. Action Committee for Europe; former pres. European University Institute.
(D) Hilmar Kopper, spokesman of the board of managing directors, Deutsche Bank A.G.
(NL) Pieter Korteweg, president and CEO, Robeco Group; honorary treasurer of Bilderberg meetings.
(A) Max Kothbauer, deputy chairman, Creditanstalt-Bankverein.
(US) Peter F. Krogh, dean, School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University.
(S) Stig Larsson, president and director general, Swedish Railways.
(F) Andre Levy-Lang, chairman, Banque Paribas.
(NL) Ruud F.M. Lubbers, prime minister.
(CDN) Roy MacLaren, minister for international trade.
(US) Charles W. Maynes, editor, Foreign Policy.
(CDN) Frank McKenna, premier of New Brunswick.
(US) David McLaughlin, presi dent, the Aspen Institute.
(F) Thierry de Montbrial, director, French Institute of Intl. Relations, prof. of Economics, Ecole Polytechnique.
(I) Mario Monti, rector and professor of economics, Bocconi University, Milan.
(NL) Her Majesty Queen Beatrix.
(US) Joseph S. Nyc Jr., chairman, National Intelligence Council.
(ICE) David Oddsson, prime minister.
(PL) Andrzej Olechowski, minister of foreign affairs.
(FIN) Jorma Ollila, president and CEO, Nokia Corp.
(US) Thomas R. Pickering, U.S. ambassador to Russia.
(CH) David de Pury, chairman, BBC Brown Boveri Ltd. and co-chairman, ABB Asea Brown Boveri Group.
(F) Jean-Bernard Raimond, member of parliament; former minister of foreign affairs.
(E) Rodrigo de Rato Figaredo, parliamentary leader of the Minority: Group (Partido Popular).
(US) Rozanne L. Ridgway, co-chair, Atlantic Council of the United States (Vice Director of the Office for Management and Budget of the White House)
(US) David Rockefeller, chairman, Chase Manhattan Bank International Advisory Committee.
(GB) Eric Roll, president, S.G. Warburg Group plc.
(I) Renato Ruggiero, executive vice-chairman, International Advisory Board, Fiat SpA; former minister of trade (now WTO Geneva!).
(D) Volker Rühe, minister of defense.
(US) Robert A. Sealapino, Robson Research Prof. of Gov. emeritus, University California, Berkeley.
(CH) Stephan Schmidheiny, chairman, ANOVA Holdings Ltd.; former chairman, Business Council for Sustainable Development.
(D) Jürgen E. Schrempp, CEO, Daimler-Benz-Luft-und-Raumfahrt Holding AG.
(CH) Wolfgang Schurer, chairman, MS Managcment Service AG.
(US) Brent Scowcroft, former assistant to the president for national security affairs
(DK) Toger Scidenfaden, editor-in-chief, Politiken.
(US) Jack Sheinkman, president, Amalgamated Clothing and Textile Workers Union, AFL-CIO-CLC.
(US) George Soros, president, Soros Fund Management.
(E) Her Majesty Queen Sofia.
(US) James B. Steinberg, director for policy planning, State Department.
(N) Thorvald Stoltenberg, co-chairman, International Conference on the Former Yugoslavia; former minister for foreign affairs; former minister of defense.
(D) Jurgen Strube, chairman of the board of executive directors BASF AG.
(IRL) Peter D. Sutherland, director general, GATT; former member, Commission of the European Community; former chairman, Allied Irish Banks plc.
(GB) J. Martin Taylor, chief executive, Bardaye Bank plc.
(CDN) William Thorsell, editor, The Globe and Mail.
(P) Miguel Veiga, lawyer.
(FIN) Gerhard M.H. Wendt, president, Kone Corp.
(CDN) Peter G. White, chairman of Unimedia; former head of the prime ministers office.
(US) John C. Whitehead, former deputy secretary of state.
(US) Frank G. Wisner, undersecretary for policy, Department of Defense.
(US) James D. Wolfensohn, president and CEO, James D.Wolfensohn, Inc.
(D) Otto Wolff von Amerongen, chairman and CEO, Otto Wolff GmbH.
(US) Paul D. Wolfowitz, dean, SAIS, Johns Hopkins University.
(US) Mortimer B. Zuckerman, editor, U.S., News and World Report.
(US) Grant F. Winthrop, partner, Milbank, Winthrop & Co.
(US) Alice Victor, executive assistant, Rockefeller Financial Services, Inc.
(NL) Maja Banck, executive secretary, Bilderberg meetings.
(SF) Mirja Jarimo-Lehtinen, local organizer,1994.
(CH) Margrit Markstaller.
(US) Charles W. Muller, president, Murden & Co.; adviser, American Friends of Bilderberg, Inc.
Speakers: Ruud F.M. Lubbers, Thierry de Montbrial and Frank G. Wisner; moderator, Peter Carrington.
Speakers: Ramon C. Cortines and James J. Florio; moderator, Rozanne L. Ridgway.
Speakers, Willy Claes and Volker Rühe; moderator, Etteinne Davignon.
Speakers: E. Gerald Corrigan, Andre Levy-Lang and George Soros; mod. Pieter Korteweg.
Speakers: Percy Barnevik and Jack Sheinkman; moderator, J. Martin Taylor.
Speakers: Laurent Fabius and Joseph S. Nye Jr,; moderator, Jaakko Iloniemi. .
Speakers: Max Jakobson, Andnej Olecbowski and Thomae F. Pickering; moderator, David de Pury.
Speaker: Charles Beatram.
Speaker: Peter D. Sutherland; moderator, Renato Ruggiero (1995 GATT becomes WTO)
Speakers: Percy Cradock, Henry Kissinger and Robert Scalapino; moderator, Henry Kissinger
The ex Boss of the German Federal Bank Hans-Otto Pöhl; Atos Erkko, a well known finnish publisher; Franz Vranitzky Austrian Federal President; José Manuel Durao Harroso from Portugal
to the index page