Member of the Steering Committee, European Supervisor Education Initiative
Gudrun studied macro economics in Tübingen, Germany. After her studies she worked for the Scientific Institute at the University of Vienna and analysed the economic development in the region of Stuttgart. After that, she worked three years for the Federal German Unification Authority in Berlin as an advisor in the Finance Department. In 1997 she attended a three-month-programme of Carl Duisberg Society with lecture at the World Bank and IMF in Washington, D.C., USA. Since 1999 she has been working with the Federal Financial Supervisory Authority, short called BaFin, in different functions. Within the Technical Cooperation Division she is specialised in Financial Reporting, Corporate Governance, Solvency, Stresstesting, Financial Stability, Reinsurance, Group Supervision, and Digitalization in the field of insurance supervision. In this position she carried out workshops in Macedonia/Ukraine/Azerbaijan/Nigeria on a bilaterial basis and for EU/GIZ-projects. Furthermore, she held presentations at conferences in Korea, United Emirates and Nigeria. From 2011 until 2013 she represented Germany in the OECD Corporate Governance Committee with regard to the Accession Review on the Russian Federation on Corporate Governance. The Committee is standard setter and FSB member. It assessed the implementation of the OECD guidelines on corporate governance in Russia. Since 2014 she has also been member of the Steering Committee of the European Supervisor Education Initiative.