Elected until: 2022. First elected: 2007. Nationality: German.
Dr. Clemens Börsig was born in 1948 in Achern/Baden in 1948. After completing his studies in Business Administration and Mathematics at Mannheim University in 1973, Dr. Börsig worked as an assistant professor at the Universities of Mannheim and Munich until 1977. He received his doctorate rer. pol. from Mannheim University in 1975. Since 1995, he has held an honorary professorship from Ludwig-Maximilian University in Munich.
In 1977, Dr. Börsig joined the Mannesmann Group. He initially worked in the Group Planning department at the group headquarters, and in 1981 took on the role of Head of the Group Planning department at Mannesmann Kienzle Apparate GmbH. He acted as Chief Financial and Administrative Officer at Mannesmann-Tally from 1983 until his departure in 1985.
From 1985, he worked for twelve years at Robert Bosch GmbH. He started as head of the central business management and in 1990 became a member of the senior management team. Between leaving Robert Bosch GmbH and prior to his career at Deutsche Bank, Dr. Börsig spent almost three years at RWE AG where he served as a Member of the Board of Management and Chief Financial Officer.
Dr. Börsig joined Deutsche Bank at the end of 1999 as Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer. On January 1, 2001, he became a Member of the Management Board and one year later took on the added responsibility of Chief Risk Officer. From May 2006 until May 2012 Dr. Börsig was Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Deutsche Bank AG.
Dr. Börsig is a member of the following other legally mandatory supervisory boards and comparable supervisory bodies:
- Mercedes-Benz AG (group mandate)
- Linde plc (listed)
- Emerson Electric Co. (listed)
Dr. Börsig is actively engaged in a variety of roles in the cultural, social and academic fields.