1986 Bilderberg Meeting Participant List

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25-27 April 1986

Lord Roll of Ipsden*
Joint Chairman, S.G. Warburg & Co., Ltd.

Victor Halberstadt*
Professor of Public Finance, Leyden University

Theodore L. Eliot, Jr.*
Executive Director, The Center for Asian Pacific Affairs, The Asia Foundation

SWECarl Johan AabergUnder-Secretary of State
NORTorvild AakvaagDirector General, Norsk Hydro A/S
UKAntony A. AclandPermanent Under Secretary of State and Head of the Diplomatic Service; Ambassador-Designate to Washington
ITAGiovanni Agnelli**President, Fiat S.p.A.
DENTage Andersen*Managing Director and Chief Executive, Den Danske Bank
AUSHannes Androsch*Chairman of the Managing Board of Directors, Creditanstalt-Bankverein; Former Minister of Finance; Former Vice Chancellor
USAGeorge W. Ball**Former Under Secretary of State
FRGMartin BangemannMinister of Economic Affairs
UKJohn F.H. BaringChairman, Baring Brothers & Co., Ltd.
USARobert L. BartleyEditor, “The Wall Street Journal”
ICEEinar BenediktssonAmbassador to the United Kingdom
USAJack F. Bennett*Director and Senior Vice President, Exxon Corporation
TURSelahattin Beyazit*Director of Companies
CANConrad M. Black*Chairman, Argus Corporation Ltd.
UKLord BoardmanChairman, National Westminster Bank PLC
USANicholas F. Brady*Chairman, Dillon, Reed & Co., Inc.; Former U.S. Senator (New Jersey)
NETHHans van den BroekMinister for Foreign Affairs
USARichard R. BurtU.S. Ambassador to the Federal Republic of Germany
TURYavus CaneviGovernor of the Central Bank
GRECosta Carras*Director of Companies
SPAJaime Carvajal Urquijo*Chairman, Banco Hispano Industrial
USAJohn H. ChafeeU.S. Senator (Rhode Island)
FRAAlain ChevalierChairman, Moet Hennessy
USAHenry F. Cooper, Jr. Deputy U.S. Negotiator, Defense and Space Group
USAKenneth W. Dam*Vice President, IBM Corporation; Former Deputy Secretary of State
FRADavid DautresmeGeneral Partner, Lazard Freres & Cie.
BELEtienne Davignon*Director, Societe Generale de Belgique; Former Member of the Commission of the European Communities
USARobert A. Day, Jr. Chairman, Trust Company of the West
NETHWillem F. DuisenbergPresident, De Nederlandsche Bank NV
UKJohn L. EganChairman and Chief Executive, Jaguar PLC
USADaniel J. EvansU.S. Senator (Washington)
USAMuray H. Finley*President, Amalgamated Clothing and Textile Workers Union
CANBarbara FrumHost of “The Journal” (Television Program of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation)
CANAllan E. GotliebAmbassador to the United States
UKLord Greenhill of HarrowFormer Permanent Under-Secretary of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office; Director of companies
CANAnthony G.S. Griffin**Director of Companies
SWESten Gustafsson* Chairman of the Board, SAAB-SCANIA AB
ICEGeir Hallgrimsson*Governor of the Central Bank; Former Prime Minister; Former Minister for Foreign Affairs
USAArthur A. HartmanAmbassador to the U.S.S.R.
UKDenis W. HealeyMember of Parliament; Opposition Spokesman on Foreign Affairs
USAHenry J. Heinz II** Chairman of the Board, H.J. Heinz Company, Inc.
UKLord Home of the HirselFormer Prime Minister; Former Chairman of Bilderberg Meetings
USAArnold L. Horelick Director, The Rand/UCLA Center for the Study of Soviet International Behavior
USARobert D. Hormats Director, Geoldman Sachs International Corporation; Former Assistant Secretary of State for Economic and Business Affairs
AUSHans Igler Partner, Schoeller & Co. Banaktiengesellschaft
FINJaakko IloniemiMember of the Management Board, Union Bank of Finland; Former Ambassador to the United States
SWIRobert A. Jeker President of the Executive Board, Credit Suisse
UKSimon Jenkins Political Editor, “The Economist”
SWIPaul R. Jolles Chairman of the Board, Nestle S.A.; Former State Secretary for Foreign Economic Affairs
USADavid T. Kearns Chairman, Xerox Corporation
USAHenry A. Kissinger* Professor, Center for Strategic and International Studies, Georgetown University; Former Secretary of State
FRGHans KleinMember of Parliament for the CDU/CSU; Spokesman on Foreign Affairs
UKAndrew Knight* Chief Executive, “The Daily Telegraph”
INTMax Kohnstamm Former President, European University Institute
BELLeon J.G. Lambert Chairman, Groupe Bruxelles Lambert S.A.
INTAlexandre Lamfalussy General Manager, Bank for International Settlements
LIEH.S.H. Prince Hans-Adam von Liechtenstein
SWIFranz J. Lutolf General Manager and Member of the Executive Board, Swiss Bank Corporation
ITAAntonio Maccanico General Secretary, Office of the President of the Italian Republic
CANDonald S. MacDonald* Senior Partner, McCarthy & McCarthy
GREStephanos ManosMember of Parliament
USA Charles McC. Mathias, Jr.* U.S. Senator (Maryland)
PORLeonardo MathiasAmbassador to the United States
USADonald F. McHenry University Research Professor of Diplomacy and International Afairs, Georgetown University; Former Ambassador to the United Nations
FRAThierry de Montbrial* Director, French Institute of International Relations; Professor of Economics, Ecole Polytechnique
ITAMario Monti Professor of Economics and Director of the Centre for Monetary and Financial Economics, Bocconi University, Milan
NETHH.M. The Queen of the Netherlands
NETHH.R.H. Prince Claus of the Netherlands
ITATommaso Padoa-Schioppa Deputy Director General, Banca d’Italia
UKMichael Palliser Chairman, Samuel Montagu & Co. (Holdings) Limited; Chairman of the Council, International Institute for Strategic Studies
USA Robert L. Pfaltzgraff, Jr. President, Institute for Foreign Policy Analysis, Inc.
DENHerbert Pundik Editor-in-Chief, “Politiken”
UKRobert P. Reid Chairman, Shell UK Ltd.
UKMalcolm RifkindSecretary of State for Scotland
FRAMichel RocardMember of Parliament (Socialist Party)
SPAMariano Rubio Governor, Bank of Spain
ITARenato Ruggiero General Secretary, Ministry for Foreign Affairs
UKJohn Sainsbury Chairman, J. Sainsbury PLC
CANJeanne SauveGovernor General of Canada
ITAGaetano Scardocchia Editor, “La Stampa”
FRGWalter ScheelFormer President; Former Chairman of Bilderberg Meetings
FRGHelmut SchmidtFormer Chancellor
FRAE. Antoine Seilliere Director-General, Compagnie Generale d’Industrie et de Participations
UKPatrick Sheehy Chairman, .A.T. Industries PLC
PORArtur Santos Silva Former Under-Secretary of the Treasury; Former Vice President, Bank of Portugal; President, Banco Portugues de Investimento
UKJohn SmithMember of Parliament (Labour Party)
FRGTheo Sommer* Publisher, “Die Zeit”
ITALuigi Spaventa Professor of Economics, University of Rome
UKDavid Steel Member of Parliament, Leader of the Liberal Party
BELFrank Swaelen President, Christian Democratic Party
TURSeyfi Tashan Managing Director, Foreign Policy Institute
NORNils Morten Udgaard Deputy Secretary, Prime Minister’s Office
USAPaul A. Volcker Chairman, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System
FRGAngelika E.C. Volle Research Fellow, Deutsche Gesellschaft fur Auswartige Politik (German Society for Foreign Affairs)
AUSFranz VranitzkyFederal Minister of Finance
UKH.R.H. The Prince of Wales
NOR Niels Werring, Jr.* Chairman of the Board, Wilh. Wilhelmsen Limited A/S
USAJohn C. WhiteheadDeputy Secretary of State
DENNils WilhjelmMinister of Industry
USALynn R. Williams International President, United Steel Workers of America
USAFrank G. Wisner Deputy Assistant Secretary for African Affairs, Department of State
FRGOtto Wolff von Amerongen** Chairman of the Board of Management and Chief Executive Officer, Otto Wolff A.G.
SPAJuan A. Yanez-Barnuevo Director, Department of International Affairs of the Office of the Prime Minister
UKLord Young of GraffhamSecretary of State for Employment
ITAPaolo Zannoni* Vice President, Defense Systems, Fiat USA, Inc.
AUSGeorg Zimmer-Lehmann Managing Director, Creditanstalt-Bankverein
USAGrant F. Winthrop Director, Wood, Struthers and Wintrhop Management Corporation
ITAAlfredo Ambrosetti President, Studio Ambrosetti; Organizer 1987 Conference
NETHSaskia ten Asbroek Executive Secretary, Bilderberg Meetings
UKAlec S. Donkin Organizer, 1986 Conference
USACharles W. Muller President, Murden and Company

* Member of the Steering Committee
** Member of the Advisory Group


April 25-27, 1986 – Gleneagles, Scotland

I. The Soviet Union under Gorbachev: foreign policy implications

II. The Western global response to the Soviet challange

III. The fragmentation of the world economy: debt, currency disorder, protectionism, uneven growth

IV. Current events: terrorism

V. South Africa

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