1987 Bilderberg Meeting Participant Lists

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24-26 April 1987

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

Conrad J. Oort*
Member of the Board, Algemene Bank Nederland N.V.;
Professor of Money and Banking, University of Limburg

ITAGiovanni Agnelli**President, Fiat S.p.A.
TURGunduz AktanAdviser to the Prime Minister, Ministry for Foreign Affairs
USAPaul A. AllairePresident, Xerox Corporation
DENTage AndersenManaging Director and Chief Executive, Den Danske Bank
USADwayne O. AndreasChairman, Archer-Daniels-Midland Company, Inc.
AUSHannes AndroschChairman of the Managing Board of Directors, Creditanstalt-Bankverein; Former Minister of Finance; Former Vice Chancellor
UKMichael R. AngusChairman, Unilever PLC
NORNils J. AstrupChairman of the Board, Fearnley & Eger A/S
FRGEgon BahrMember of Parliament; General Secretary of the SPD
USAGeorge W. Ball**Former Under-Secretary of State
FRAEdouard BalladurMinister of State; Minister of Economics, Finance and Privatization
PORFrancisco Pinto Balsemao*Director, Jornal Expresso; Former Prime Minister
CANThomas J. Bata, Sr. Chairman, Bata Limited
USAJack F. Bennett*Director and Senior Vice President, Exxon Corporation; Former Under-Secretary of the Treasury for Monetary Affairs
FRGChristoph BertramDiplomatic Correspondent, “Die Zeit”
TURSelahattin Beyazit*Director of Companies
CANConrad M. Black*Chairman, Argus Corporation Ltd.
USARichard R. BurtAmbassador to the Federal Republic of Germany
ITALuigi CaligarisAuthor and Defence Correspondent
ITAGuido CarliSenator; Former Governor, Banca d’Italia
GRECosta Carras*Director of Companies
INTLord CarringtonSecretary General, NATO
SPAJuan Luis CebrianDirector and Editor-in-Chief, “El Pais”
ITACarlo A. CiampiGovernor, Banca d’Italia
ITAFrancesco CinganoChairman, Banca Commerciale Italiana
USAKenneth W. Dam*Vice President, Law and External Relations, IBM Corporation; Former Deputy Secretary of State
USARichard G. DarmanManaging Director, Shearson Lehman Brothers Inc.; Former Deputy Secretary, Department of the Treasury
BELEtienne Davignon*Director, Societe Generale de Belgique; Former Member of the Commission of the European Communities
INTArthur DunkelDirector General, General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade
CANFredrik S. Eaton President and Chief Executive Officer, Eaton’s of Canada Limited
DENUffe Ellemann-JensenMinister for Foreign Affairs
USAMurray H. Finley* President, Amalgamated Clothing and Textile Workers Union
IREGarret FitzGeraldFormer Prime Minister
USA John S. Foster, Jr. Vice President, TRW Inc.
ITARaul Gardini Chairman, Ferruzzi S.p.A.
UKPaul Girolami Chairman, Glaxo Holdings PLC
USAMaynard W. GlitmanNegotiator on Intermediate Range Nuclear Arms
CANAnthony G.S. Griffin**Director of Companies
SWESten Gustafsson* Chairman of the Board, SAAB-SCANIA AB
ICEGeir Hallgrimsson* Governor, Central Bank of Iceland; Former Prime Minister; Former Minister for Foreign Affairs
AUSHelmut H. Haschek Chairman of the Board, Osterreichische Kontrollbank A.G.
SWIHans Heckmann Executive Vice President and Member of the Executive Board, Union Bank of Switzerland
FRGAlfred Herrhausen* Managing Director, Deutsche Bank A.G.
FINJaakko Iloniemi Member of the Management Board, Union Bank of Finland; Former Ambassador to the United States of America
SWIPaul R. Jolles Chairman of the Board, Nestle S.A.; Former State Secretary for Foreign Economic Affairs
USAThomas V. Jones Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer, Northrop Corporation
USA Vernon E. Jordan, Jr.* Partner, Akin, Gump, Strauss, Hauer & Feld (Attorneys-at-Law); Former President, National Urban League
USAHenry A. Kissinger* Professor, Center for Strategic and International Studies, Georgetown University; Former Secretary of State
NETHCor J. Van Der Klugt President, N.V. Philips’ Gloeilampenfabrieken
UKAndrew Knight* Chief Executive, “The Daily Telegraph”
INTMax Kohnstamm** Former President, European University Institute
FRAMarc Ladreit de Lacharriere Vice President, L’Oreal
BELLeon J. G. Lambert Chairman, Groupe Bruxelles Lambert S.A.
INTEmile van Lennep Former Secretary General, OECD
LIEH.S.H. Prince Hans-Adam of Liechtenstein
USAWinston LordAmbassador to the People’s Republic of China
SWIFrantz J. Lutolf* General Manager and Member of the Executive Board, Swiss Bank Corporation
USA Charles McC. Mathias, Jr.* Former U.S. Senator
PORJose Eduardo Moniz Director of Information, RTP (Portuguese Television)
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
ICEDavid OddssonMayor of Reykjavik
PORFernando Faria de Oliveira Executive Vice President, IPE
GREIoannis Papantoniou Under-Secretary, Ministry of National Economy
FRAFrancois Perigot Chairman of the National Council, Patronat Francais
AUSHugo PortischPublicist
USACharles H. Price IIAmbassador to the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
ITARomano Prodi Chairman, IRI
ITAFranco Reviglio Chairman, ENI
USARozanne L. RidgwayAssistant Secretary of State for European and Canadian Affairs
USADavid Rockefeller** Chairman, Chase Manhattan Bank International Advisory Committee
INTBernard W. Rogers Supreme Allied Commander Europe, SHAPE
ITACesare Romiti Chief Executive Officer, Fiat S.p.A.
ITARenato Ruggiero General Secretary, Ministry for Foreign Affairs
SPAJulian SantamariaAmbassador to the United States of America
ITAGaetano Scardocchia Editor, “La Stampa”
DENJorgen Schleimann Managing Director and Chief Executive, TV 2
FRAE. Antoine Seilliere* Director-General, Compagnie Generale d’Industrie et de Participations
FRGTheo Sommer* Publisher, “Die Zeit”
BELAntoinette Spaak Minister of State; Former Chairman, FDF (Federation des Francophones)
FRAHubert VedrineFormer Foreign Policy Adviser to the President
USAPaul A. Volcker Chairman, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System
NETHJoris J. C. VoorhoeveParliamentary Leader of the VVD
AUSFranz VranitzkyFederal Chancellor
NETHLo C. van Wachem President, Royal Dutch Petroleum Company
UKWilliam Waldegrave Minister for the Environment, Countryside and Planning
SWEPeter Wallenberg Vice Chairman, Skandinaviska Enskilda
CANNorman E. Webster Editor-in-Chief, “The Globe and Mail”
NOR Niels Werring, Jr.* Chairman of the Board, Wilh. Wilhelmsen Limited A/S
USAJohn C. WhiteheadDeputy Secretary of State
USA Brayton Wilbur, Jr. Executive Vice President, Wilbur Ellis Company
USALynn R. Williams International President, United Steel Workers of America
NORKare I. WillochMember of Parliament; Former Prime Minister
USAJames D. Wolfensohn* President, James D. Wolfensohn, Inc.
FRGOtto Wolff von Amerongen** Chairman of the Supervisory Board, Otto Wolff A.G.
SPAJuan A. Yanez-Barnuevo Director, Department of International Affairs of the Office of the Prime Minister
TURZekeriya YildirimGovernor of the Central Bank
ITAPaolo Zannoni* Vice President, Defence Systems, Fiat USA, Inc.
SWEHans L. Zetterberg Editor-in-Chief, “Svenska Dagbladet”
AUSGeorg Zimmer-LehmannManaging Director, Creditanstalt-Bankverein
USAGrant F. WinthropDirector, Wood, Struthers and Winthrop Management Corporation
ITAAlfredo Ambrosetti President, Studio Ambrosetti; Organizer 1987 Conference
NETHSaskia ten Asbroek Executive Secretary, Bilderberg Meetings
USACharles W. Muller President, Murden and Company
ITAAlessandro Vanzetto External Relations, Fiat S.p.A.

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


April 24-26, 1987 – Villa D’Este, Italy

I. Strategy toward the U.S.S.R.

II. Policy toward trade and protectionism

III. The public sector and economic growth

IV. Current events: China

V. The arms control debate

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