Judit HAVASI (44) studied law in Vienna and Budapest. Working for the VIG Group since 2000, she started her career in the Hungarian group company Union Biztosito, where she was a member of the board starting 2005. She moved to the board of Wiener Stadtische Versicherung in 2009. From July 2013 to the end of 2015, HAVASI was Deputy General Director of Wiener Stadtische. From 2016 she served as a member of the Vienna Insurance Group board.
Wolfgang PETSCHKO (41) studied business informatics at the Vienna University of Technology. He started his career in the VIG Group in 2002 in the area of reinsurance for DONAU and Wiener Stadtische. In 2006 he took over the management of the corporate and large customer business at VIG. Wolfgang Petschko has been Managing Director of Vienna International Underwriters since 2008, and has been Chairman of the Property Insurance Industry section of the Austrian Insurance Association (VVO) since 2017.
Mario DIENSTL (39) studied business administration at the Vienna University of Economics and already worked as a student at DONAU Versicherung. From 2006 he worked in the area of claims controlling, followed by several years in insurance engineering controlling, which he headed from 2010 - 2013. Dienstl has been head of the claims department since 2013. Born in 1981, he gained international experience working in a Vienna Insurance Group efficiency program in Croatia. With his expertise, he is in charge of the in-house future programs MOVE and Fit for Future for DONAU.
Lambert MURI (43) graduated in business studies from the Vienna University of Economics and Business. A stay abroad took him to the Universita degli Studi di Napoli Parthenope. Lambert Muri started his professional career in 2006 with activities in the areas of asset risk management as well as credit risk management and creditworthiness analysis. In March 2012 he switched to the insurance industry and since then has been responsible for the introduction of Solvency II for DONAU as head of the Enterprise Risk Management division.