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									LIST OF BILDERBERG MEMBERS
from the Bilderberg information pamphlet
available from the Bilderberg Office in Leiden, Netherlands


Members Advisory Group
or “inner circle”

Italy - Giovanni Agnelli

Great Britain - Eric Roll of Ipsden

USA - David Rockefeller

Germany (D)- Otto Wolff von Amerongen




Steering Committee
the 31 national BB “outer circle” Steering Group Representatives

HONORARY SECRETARY GENERAL
Great Britain - J. Martin Taylor
Chairman, WH Smith Group PLC;
International Advisor, Goldman Sachs International

HONORARY CHAIRMAN
Belguim - Etienne Davignon
Vice Chairman, Societe Generale de Belgique

EXECUTIVE SECRETARY
Maja Banck-Polderman

USA Allaire, Paul A. - Former Chairman and C.E.O., Xerox Corporation

P Balsemao, Francisco Pinto - Chairman, IMPRESA, S.G.P.S.; former Prime Minister

I Bernabe, Franco - Chairman, Franco Bernabe & C. S.p.A.

CDN Black, Conrad M. - Chairman, Telegraph Group Limited

GB Clarke, Kenneth - Member of Parliament, former Chancellor of the Exchequer

F Collomb, Bertrand - Chairman and C.E.O., Lafarge

GR David, George A. - Chairman, Coca-Cola H.B.C. S.A.

NL Halberstadt, Victor - Professor of Public Economics, Leiden University
USA Johnson, James A. - Vice Chairman, Perseus LLC

USA Jordan, Jr., Vernon E. - Managing Director, Lazard Freres & Co. LLC

TR Kiraq, Suna - Vice-Chairman of the Board of Directors, Koq Holding A.S.

USA Kissinger, Henry A. - Chairman, Kissinger Associates, Inc.

D Kopper, Hilmar - Chairman of the Supervisory Board, Deutsche Bank A.G.

USA Kravis, Marie-Josee - Senior Fellow, Hudson Institute, Inc

F Levy-Lang, Andre - Former Chairman, Paribas

USA Mathews, Jessica T. - President, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

N Myklebust, Egil - Chairman of the Board, Norsk Hydro ASA

D Nass, Matthias - Deputy Editor, Die Zeit

FIN Ollila, Jorma - Chairman of the Board and C.E.O., Nokia Corporation

INT Padoa-Schioppa, Tommaso - Member of the Executive Board, European Central Bank

E Rodriguez Inciarte, Matias - Executive Vice Chairman, BSCH

D Schrempp, Jiirgen E. - Chairman of the Board of Management, DaimlerChrysler AG

INT Schwab, Klaus - President, World Economic Forum

DK Seidenfaden, Toger - Editor-in-Chief, Politiken

IRL Sutherland, Peter D. - Chairman and Managing Director, Goldman Sachs International

CH Vasella, Daniel L. - Chairman and C.E.O., Novartis AG

A Vranitzky, Franz - Former Federal Chanoellor

S Wallenberg, Jacob - Chairman of the Board, Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken

USA Wolfensohn, James D. - President, The World Bank




Bilderberg Members
I - Agnelli, Giovanni

I - Agnelli, Umberto

GB - Airey, Terence

DK - Andersen, Tage
A - Androsch, Hannes

GR - Arliotis, Charles C.

USA - Ball, George W.

S - Barnevik, Percy

F - Baumgartner, Wilfrid S.

GB - Bennett, Frederic M.

USA - Bennett, Jack F.

INT - Bertram, Christoph

D - Bertram, Christoph

TR - Beyazit, Selahattin

TR - Birgi, Nuri

CH - Boveri, Walter E.

USA - Brady, Nicholas F.

GR - Carras, Costa

E - Carvajal Urquijo, Jaime

USA - Cary, Frank T.

GB - Cavendish-Bentinck, Victor F.W.

DK - Christiansen, Hakon

I - Cittadini Cesi, Gian G.

USA - Collado, Emilio

USA - Corzine, Jon S.

USA - Dam, Kenneth W.

USA - Dean, Arthur H.

DK - Deleuran, Aage

NL - Duisenberg, Willem F.

CDN - Duncan, James S.

USA - Finley, Murray H.
GB - Frame, Alistair

GB - Franks, Oliver

CDN - Frum, David

GB - Gaitskell, Hugh T.N.

USA - Gerstner, Louis V.

USA - Getchell, Charles

CDN - Griffin, Anthony G.S.

GB - Gubbins, Colin

S - Gustafsson, Sten

ICE - Hallgrimsson, Geir

USA - Hauge, Gabriel

N - Hauge, Jens

GB - Healey, Denis W.

USA - Heinz, Henry J.

D - Herrhausen, Alfred

N - Hoegh, Leif

N - Hoegh, Westye

USA - Holbrooke, Richard C.

A - lgler, Hans

FIN - lloniemi, Jaakko

A - Jankowitsch, Peter

B - Janssen, Daniel E.

NL - Karsten, C. Frits

GB - Knight, Andrew

I NT - Kohnstamm, Max

A - Kothbauer, Max

NL - Korteweg, Pieter
CH - Krauer, Alex

F - Ladreit de Lacharriere, Marc

B - Lambert, Leon J.G.

USA - Lord, Winston

S - Lundvall, Bjorn

CH - Lutolf, Franz J.

CDN - Macdonald, Donald S.

USA - MacLaury, Bruce K.

USA - Mathias, Charles McC.

GB - Maudling, Reginald

NL - Meynen, Johannes

USA - Mitchell, George J.

F - Montbrial, Thierry de

I - Monti, Mario

USA - Moyers, Bill D.

USA - Murphy, Robert D.

DK - Norlund, Nils

NL - Oort, Conrad J.

USA - Perkins, James A

GR - Pesmazoglu, John S.

I - Prodi, Romano

CH - Pury, David de

USA - Ridgway, Rozanne L.

USA - Rockefeller, David

USA - Rockefeller, Sharon Percy

GB - Roll of Ipsden, Eric

F - Rothschild, Edmond de
INT - Ruggiero, Renato

NL - Rijkens, Paul

GB - Sainsbury, John

I - Saraceno, Pasquale

F - Seilliere, Ernest-Antoine

USA - Sheinkman, Jack

I - Silvestri, Stefano

GB - Smith, John

B - Snoy et d'Oppuers, Jean C.

D - Sommer, Theo

USA - Stone, Shepard

GB - Taverne, Dick

USA - Taylor, Arthur R.

DK - Terkelsen, Terkel M.

N - Tidemand, Otto Grieg

I - Valetta, Vittorio

CH - Umbricht, Victor H.

S - Wallenberg, Marcus

N - Werring, Niels

USA - Whitehead, John C.

USA - Whitman, Marina von Neumann

USA - Williams, Joseph H.

USA - Williams, Lynn R.

D - Wischnewski, Hans-Jurgen

D - Wolff von Amerongen, Otto

USA - Wolfowitz, Paul

I - Zannoni, Paolo
Lord Roll of Ipsden KCMG CB - Hansard entry 2003

Senior Adviser of UBS Warburg (remunerated)

Director of Pan-Holding S.A. (remunerated)

Non-financial interest: Hon. Fellow - London School of Economics; Vice President, Society of Business
Economists; Hon. Member of the Advisory Committee - The Bologna Center of the Johns Hopkins
University; Member - Bilderberg Steering Committee. Trustee of the Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation.

Shareholding in J. Sainsbury




LIST OF BILDERBERG PARTICIPANTS
Royalty
   •   Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands (1997, 2000, 2010)[1][2][3]
   •   Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands (1954, 1975)[4][5]
   •   Prince Charles, Prince of Wales, United Kingdom (1986)[6][7]
   •   Juan Carlos I of Spain, King of Spain (2004)[8]
   •   Prince Philippe, Prince of Belgium (2007)[9]
   •   Prince Phillip, Duke of Edinburgh, United Kingdom (1965, 1967)[10][11]
   •   Queen Sofía of Spain (2009, 2010)[3][12]

Politics
United States

   •   George W. Ball (1954, 1993),[13] Under Secretary of State 1961-1968, Ambassador to U.N. 1968
   •   Sandy Berger (1999),[14] National Security Advisor, 1997–2001
   •   Timothy Geithner(2009),[15] Treasury Secretary
   •   Lee H. Hamilton (1997),[1] former US Congressman
   •   Christian Herter,[16] (1961, 1963, 1964, 1966), 53rd United States Secretary of State
   •   Charles Douglas Jackson (1957, 1958, 1960),[17] Special Assistant to the President
   •   Joseph E. Johnson[18] (1954), President Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
   •   Henry Kissinger[19] (1957, 1964, 1966, 1971, 1973, 1974, 1977, 2008),[20] 56th United States
       Secretary of State
   •   Colin Powell (1997),[1] 65th United States Secretary of State
   •   Lawrence Summers,[15] Director of the National Economic Council
   •   Paul Volcker,[15] Chair of the President's Economic Recovery Advisory Board and Chairman of
       the Federal Reserve from 1979–1987
   •   Roger Altman (2009),[15] Deputy Treasury Secretary from 1993–1994, Founder and Chairman of
       Evercore Partners

Presidents

   •   Bill Clinton (1991),[21][22] President 1993-2001
   •   Gerald Ford (1964, 1966),[4][23] President 1974-1977
Senators

   •   John Edwards (2004),[24][25] Senator from North Carolina 1999-2005
   •   Chuck Hagel (1999, 2000),[26] Senator from Nebraska 1997-2009
   •   Sam Nunn (1996, 1997),[1] Senator from Georgia 1972-1997

Governors

   •   Rick Perry (2007),[27] Governor of Texas 2000-current
   •   Mark Sanford (2008),[28] Governor of South Carolina

United Kingdom

   •   Rt Hon the Baroness Shirley Williams ( at least 2010), stateswoman and member, House of Lords;
       Harvard University Professor; Past President, Chatham House; int'l member, Council on Foreign
       Relations.
   •   Paddy Ashdown (1989),[29] former leader of Liberal Democrats, High Representative for Bosnia
       and Herzegovina
   •   Ed Balls (2006),[30] former Economic Secretary to the Treasury and advisor to British Prime
       Minister Gordon Brown and was Secretary of State for Children, Schools and Families (2007–
       2010)
   •   Peter Carington, 6th Baron Carrington (Steering Committee member) ,[31] former Foreign
       Secretary
   •   Kenneth Clarke (1993,[32] 1998,[33] 1999,[34] 2003,[35] 2004,[36] 2006,[37] 2007,[37] 2008,[38][39]
       Chancellor of the Exchequer 1993-1997, Shadow Secretary of State for Business, Enterprise and
       Regulatory Reform 2008-2010, Lord Chancellor, Secretary of State for Justice 2010-current
   •   Robert Gascoyne-Cecil (Viscount Cranborne) (1997),[1] Leader of the House of Lords 94-97
   •   Denis Arthur Greenhill, Lord Greenhill of Harrow (deceased) (1974),[40]) former Head of Foreign
       and Commonwealth Office
   •   Denis Healey (founder and Steering Committee member),[31] former Chancellor of the Exchequer
   •   Peter Mandelson (1999,[41] 2009[42] Business Secretary (2008–2010)
   •   John Monks (1996),[43] former TUC General Secretary
   •   George Osborne (2006,[44] 2007,[44] 2008[45] 2009[46]) Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer (2004–
       2010), Chancellor of the Exchequer 2010-current
   •   David Owen (1982),[47] former British Foreign Secretary and leader of the Social Democratic
       Party
   •   Enoch Powell, (deceased) (1968),[48] MP and Ulster Unionist
   •   Malcolm Rifkind (1996),[43] former Foreign Secretary
   •   Eric Roll (1964, 1966, 1967, 1973–1975, 1977–1999) (Bilderberg Steering Committee),[49]
       Department of Economic Affairs, 1964, later Bilderberg Group Chairman
   •   David Hannay, Baron Hannay of Chiswick (1995),[50] Diplomatic posts at European Union and
       United Nations.
   •   John Smith (1989) (deceased),[51] Labour Party leader

Prime Ministers

   •   Tony Blair (1993),[21][32] Prime Minister 1997-2007
   •   Gordon Brown (1991),[22] Prime Minister 2007- 2010
   •   Edward Heath,[4] Prime Minister 1970-1974
   •   Alec Douglas-Home (1977–1980),[52] Chairman of the Bilderberg Group, Prime Minister 1963-
       1964
   •   Margaret Thatcher (1975),[53] Prime Minister 1979-1990

Belgium
  •   Paul-Henri Spaak, Former Prime Minister[54] (1963)

Netherlands

  •   Ruud Lubbers, Former Prime Minister[55]
  •   Wim Kok, Former Prime Minister[55]
  •   Jan-Peter Balkenende, Prime Minister[55]

France

  •   Gaston Defferre (1964),[56] member of National Assembly and mayor of Marseille (at the time)
  •   Georges Pompidou, Former Prime Minister of France, Former President of the French Republic[55]

Portugal

  •   Francisco Pinto Balsemão (1981, 1983–1985, 1987–2008),[9] former Prime Minister of Portugal,
      1981–1983 and CEO of Impresa media group
  •   Manuel Pinho (2009),[57][58] former Minister of Economy and Innovation
  •   José Sócrates (2004),[57][58][59] current Prime Minister of Portugal
  •   José Pedro Aguiar-Branco,[57][58][59] former Minister of Justice
  •   Santana Lopes (2004),[57][58][59] former Prime Minister of Portugal
  •   José Manuel Durão Barroso (1994, 2003, 2005),[57][60][61] former Prime Minister of Portugal and
      Minister of Foreign Affairs, and current President of the European Commission
  •   Nuno Morais Sarmento,[58][59] former Minister of Presidency and Minister of Parliament Affairs
  •   António Costa (2008),[58][59] former Minister of Interior and current Mayor of Lisbon
  •   Rui Rio (2008),[58][59] current Mayor of Porto
  •   Manuela Ferreira Leite (2009),[58][62] former Minister of Education and Minister of Finance and
      Public Administration
  •   Augusto Santos Silva,[58] former Minister of Education, Minister of Culture, Minister of
      Parliament Affairs, and current Minister of National Defence
  •   Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa (1998),[58] former Minister of Parliament Affairs
  •   António Guterres (1994),[58][60][61] former Prime Minister of Portugal, former President of the
      Socialist International and current United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees
  •   Ferro Rodrigues,[60] former Minister of Labour and Social Solidarity and Minister of Public
      Works, Transport and Communications
  •   Jorge Sampaio,[60][61] former President of Portugal
  •   Luís Mira Amaral (1995),[61][63] former Minister of Labour and Social Solidarity, chairman of
      Caixa Geral de Depósitos and CEO of Banco Português de Investimento
  •   Vítor Constâncio (1988),[61][63] governor of the Banco de Portugal
  •   Manuel Ferreira de Oliveira,[61] CEO of Galp Energia
  •   Ricardo Salgado,[61][64] CEO of Banco Espírito Santo
  •   Fernando Teixeira dos Santos (2010),[63] currrent Minister of Finance
  •   José Medeiros Ferreira (1977, 1980),[63] former Minister of Foreign Affairs
  •   Joaquim Ferreira do Amaral (1999),[63] former Minister of Public Works, Transport and
      Communications
  •   António Miguel Morais Barreto (1992),[63] former Minister of Agriculture, Rural Development
      and Fisheries
  •   João Cravinho,[64] former Minister for Environment, Spatial Planning and Regional Development
  •   Artur Santos Silva,[64] former vice-governor of the Banco de Portugal, chairman of Banco
      Português de Investimento and current non-executive chairman of Jerónimo Martins
  •   Francisco Luís Murteira Nabo,[64] former chairman of Portugal Telecom, Minister of Public
      Works, Transport and Communications, and current chairman of Galp Energia and president of
      the Portuguese Economists Association
Finland

  •   Eero Heinäluoma (2006),[65] former Chairman of the Finnish Social Democratic Party and he was
      the Minister of Finance between 2005 and 2007
  •   Jyrki Katainen (2007, 2009),[66][67][68] chairman of Finnish National Coalition Party (Kokoomus)
      and the current Minister of Finance
  •   Sauli Niinistö (1997),[1] former Minister of Finance (Finland), Speaker of Parliament
  •   Matti Vanhanen (2009),[67][68] Prime Minister chairman of Suomen Keskusta

Iceland

  •   Bjarni Benediktsson[69] (1965, 1967, 1970),[70] Mayor of Reykjavík 1940-47, Foreign Minister
      1947-55, editor of The Morning Paper 1956-59, Minister of Justice and Ecclesiastical Affairs
      1959-63, Prime Minister 1963-70
  •   Björn Bjarnason[69] (1974, 1977),[71] Assistant editor of The Morning Paper 1984-1991, Minister
      of Education 1995-2002, Minister of Justice and Ecclesiastical Affairs 2003, 2009
  •   Davíð Oddsson[69] (ca. 1991-1999), Mayor of Reykjavík 1982-1991, Prime Minister 1991-2004,
      Foreign Minister 2004-2005, Central Bank governor 2005-2009, editor of The Morning Paper as
      of September 2009
  •   Einar Benediktsson[69] (ca. 1970), ambassador: OECD 1956-60, UK 1982-1986, European Union
      et al. 1986-1991, NATO 1986-1990, United States et al. 1993-1997, etc.[72]
  •   Geir Haarde,[73] Central Bank economist 1977-1983, member and chairman of the Parliament's
      Foreign Affairs Committee 1991-1998, Minister of Finance 1998-2005, Foreign Minister 2005-
      2006, Prime Minister 2006-2009
  •   Geir Hallgrímsson[69] (ca. 1974-1977,[71][74] 1980[75]), Mayor of Reykjavík 1959-72, Prime
      Minister 1974-78, Foreign Minister 1983-1986, Central Bank governor 1986-1990
  •   Hörður Sigurgestsson,[69] former CEO of shipping line Eimskip, former chairman and CFO of
      Icelandair[76]
  •   Jón Sigurðsson[69] (1993), IMF Board of Directors 1974-1987, Minister of Justice and
      Ecclesiastical Affairs 1987-88, Industry and Commerce 1988-93, Central Bank governor 1993-94,
      Nordic Investment Bank governor 1994-2005[77]

Ireland

  •   Garret FitzGerald, former Taoiseach [78]
  •   Michael McDowell, former Minister for Justice, Equality and Law Reform [9]
  •   Peter Sutherland, Director General of the WTO and former Attorney General of Ireland [1]

Germany

  •   Angela Merkel (2010), German Chancellor[79]
  •   Guido Westerwelle (2007),[80] Chairman of the Free Democratic Party of Germany and Minister
      of Foreign Affairs of Germany.
  •   Helmut Schmidt, West German Chancellor[4]

Poland

  •   Józef Retinger (1954 to 1960), Founder and secretary of Bilderberg Group[5][81]

Canada

  •   Pierre Elliott Trudeau,[82] Prime Minister of Canada, 1968-1979, 1980-1984
  •   Jean Chretien (1996),[43] Prime Minister of Canada, 1993–2003
   •   Stephen Harper (2003),[82] Prime Minister of Canada, 2006-current
   •   Mike Harris,[82] Premier of Ontario 1995-2002
   •   Bernard Lord,[82] Premier of New Brunswick 1999-2006
   •   Paul Martin (1996),[43] Prime Minister of Canada, 2003–2006
   •   Frank McKenna (2006, 2010),[83] Deputy Chair of TD Bank Financial Group, Canadian
       Ambassador to the United States 2005-2006, Premier of New Brunswick 1987-1997
   •   Gordon Campbell (2010), Premier of British Columbia, 2001–Present

Sweden

   •   Carl Bildt (2006),[84] (2008),[84] (2009), Minister of Foreign Affairs 2006-
   •   Anders Borg (2007),[84] Minister of Finance 2006-
   •   Thorbjörn Fälldin (1978),[20] Prime Minister 1976-1978
   •   Maud Olofsson [2008),[84] Minister of Industry 2006-
   •   Fredrik Reinfeldt (2006),[84] Prime Minister 2006-
   •   Mona Sahlin (1996),[84] Head of the Swedish social democratic party 2007-

Austria

   •   Werner Faymann (2009,[85], Chancellor 2008–present
   •   Andreas Treichl (2009),[86] CEO of Erste Bank

EU Commissioners

European Union Commissioners who have attended include:

   •   Frederik Bolkestein (1996, 2003),[87] former European Commissioner
   •   Pascal Lamy (2003,[87] 2010[3]), former European Commissioner for Trade, Director-General of
       the World Trade Organization 2005–present
   •   Peter Mandelson (1999),[41] (2009),[42] former European Commissioner for Trade 2004-2008
   •   Pedro Solbes (2010),[3] former European Commissioner for Economic and Financial Affairs,
       former Second Vice President of Spain, former Minister of Economy and Finance

UN, WTO, NATO and other International Organizations

   •   Alexander Haig (1978),[20] NATO Commander 1974-1979 (US Secretary of State 1981-1982)
   •   Lyman Lemnitzer (1963),[54] Supreme Allied Commander NATO 1963-1969

Military
   •   Colin Gubbins[88] (1955, 1957, 1958, 1963, 1964, 1966), head of the British SOE
   •   Jaap de Hoop Scheffer[3] (2010), former Secretary General of NATO

Financial institutions
   •   Ben Bernanke (2008,[28] 2009),[42] Chairman of the Board of Governors of the United States
       Federal Reserve
   •   Wim Duisenberg, former European Central Bank President[55]
   •   Gordon Richardson,[89](1966, 1975) former Governor of the Bank of England
   •   William J McDonough (1997),[1] former President, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
   •   Jean-Claude Trichet (2009,[90] 2010[3]) President of the European Central Bank 2003-current
   •   Paul Volcker (1982, 1983, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1992, 1997),[1] former Chairman of the Federal
       Reserve
  •   Siegmund Warburg (1977)[89]

Major corporations
  •   Percy Barnevik (1992–1996, 1997,[1] 2001), former CEO of ASEA
  •   Michel Bon,[91] former CEO of France Telecom
  •   Lord Browne of Madingley (1995, 1997,[1] 2004), Chief Executive BP
  •   Bill Gates (2010),[92] Chairman of Microsoft
  •   Louis V. Gerstner, Jr.,[93] IBM Chairman
  •   H. J. Heinz II (1954),[18] CEO of H. J. Heinz Company
  •   André Lévy-Lang, (French)[91] former CEO of Paribas
  •   Jorma Ollila (1997,[1] 2005, 2008), Chairman of Royal Dutch Shell and Nokia Corporation
  •   Paul Rijkens (Dutch) Former Chairman of Unilever[55]
  •   Josef Ackermann (2010), CEO Deutsche Bank[79]
  •   Jürgen E. Schrempp (1994–1996, 1997),[1] 1998, 1999, 2001–2005, 2006, 2007), former CEO of
      DaimlerChrysler
  •   Hans Stråberg (2006),[84] CEO of Electrolux
  •   Peter Sutherland (1989–1996, 1997,[1] 2005), former Chairman of BP
  •   Martin Taylor[1] (1993–1996,[43] 1997), former CEO, Barclays
  •   Otto Wolff von Amerongen,[1] Chairman Otto Wolff GmbH.
  •   Jacob Wallenberg (2006),[84] Chairman of Investor AB

University, institute and other academic
  •   C. Fred Bergsten (1971, 1974, 1984, 1997),[1] President, Peterson Institute
  •   Thierry de Montbrial,[91] Director of the Institut Français des Relations Internationales

Media
  •   Nicolas Beytout, (French)[91] Editor of Le Figaro (France)
  •   Conrad Black (1981, 1983, 1985–1996)[43](1997),[94] Hollinger International, Inc.
  •   William F. Buckley, Jr. (1996),[95] columnist and founder of National Review
  •   Will Hutton[21] (1997), former CEO of The Work Foundation and editor-in-chief for The Observer
  •   Andrew Knight (1996),[31][43] journalist, editor, and media baron
  •   George Stephanopoulos (1996, 1997),[43] Former Communications Director of the Clinton
      Administration (1993–1996), now ABC News Chief Washington Correspondent
  •   Peter Mansbridge (2010), Chief Correspondent, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation

								
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