In order to provide a platform for the various issues, she regularly gets involved as a speaker, columnist and panel participant. Furthermore, she sits on various foundation and advisory boards that support the above causes.
In the area of education, she is, among other things, a committed member of Pestalozzi Foundation which provides scholarships for talented youth with limited financial means. She is a co-founder of Forum Bildung which brings as the only politically-neutral educational organization in Switzerland, representatives from all education policy stakeholders to one table. She also sits on the Advisory Board of Professor Ernst Fehr´s Department of Economics at the University of Zurich, which is a leading European research center in economics.
With regard to Gender Diversity, she is, among other things, a member of the advisory board of Generation CEO, an organization that aims to promote talented female managers in the workplace and is an active supporter of The Gender Equality Project founded by Nicole Schwab.
Furthermore, Müller-Möhl engages on the advisory board of the Swiss Management Association, the Board of Trustees of the renowned Swiss think tank, Avenir Suisse and sits on the advisory board of the Swiss Economic Forum.
After finishing her secondary education at the international boarding school Schloss Salem in Germany, Müller-Möhl studied Political Science, History and Law at the Ruprecht-Karls University Heidelberg, the London School of Economics (LSE), and at the Otto-Suhr Institute at the Freie Universität Berlin, where she graduated as Political Scientist. She also attended various trainings at the EuropaInstitute at the University of Basel.
In recognition of her success and her philanthropic engagement, the World Economic Forum (WEF) selected her as a Young Global Leader in 2007. She is also a member of the Board of Trustees of the Bertelsmann-Foundation in Germany.
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Felix has been a leading practitioner of corporate, banking and mergers & acquisitions law, as well as in corporate governance matters. He also regularly acted as an arbitrator in international proceedings. He is a member of several professional national and international associations.
Felix has significant experience as Chairman and Member of the Board of listed and non-listed companies in Switzerland and abroad. Further, he acted as President or Member of the supervisory bodies of important Swiss Trade Associations, i.e. economiesuisse and SwissHoldings. In addition to his role as Member of the Board of Directors of Müller-Möhl Group, Felix is currently the Chairman of the Board of Globalance Bank AG, Member of the Board and Chair of the Audit Committee of Geberit AG, Member of the Advisory Board of RepRisk AG and Member of the Foundation Board of avenir suisse, the Swiss think tank for economic and social issues. He is also a Member of the Board of the Locarno Festival, one of the largest international film festivals in the world. He is a lecturer at the University of St. Gallen, Switzerland and has frequently published on legal, business and political topics.
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Alex Vukajlovic is founder and CEO of Cape Capital AG since its formation in 2002, and is also an acting partner, serving as advisor to a number of large families. As CEO he has developed the firm’s activities, team, offerings, and its product portfolio – carefully growing Cape Capital from a single-family office to a full-fledged wealth management and asset management franchise, based in Zurich.
Prior to founding Cape Capital, Alex held a number of positions in portfolio management and investment research including PBS (Zurich), Alfred Berg / ABN AMRO (Moscow), and Standard and Poor’s (London). Alex is a graduate of ACL in London.
Christophe Rouvinez was born in 1965. After his PhD in theoretical physics at the EPFL he began his career in finance in 1995 with Credit Suisse in Zurich. After a stay in London he took over market risk consolidation in 1998 at Credit Suisse First Boston in Zurich. In 2000 he moved as partner to Capital Dynamics in Zug, where he set up new and attractive private equity structures due to his innovative work. In 2007 he joined Horizon21 in Pfäffikon, where he took over the Chief Risk Officer position at the beginning of 2010. In 2011 he was appointed as CEO of Müller-Möhl Group.
Christophe Rouvinez is author of numerous publications on risk management and on alternative assets.