NON PROFIT ORGANISATION AND NETWORK
Financial Risk and Stability Network, FRSN, is a non-profit limited company in formation (gemeinnützige Gesellschaft mit beschränkter Haftung in Gründung) named ‘Financial Risk and Stability gGmbH i.G.’ The notarially attested act and foundation took place 3 November 2017 in Berlin. The gGmbH shall be registered in the commercial register in the coming weeks.
Managing Director (Gesellschafter-Geschäftsführer) is Martin Aehling with effect from 1 January 2018. Martin Aehling already runs the network activities since 2012. Partner (Gesellschafter) is Prof. Stefan Janssen. At foundation of the organisation Martin Aehling holds 88 percent proportion of the gGmbH. Stefan Janssen holds 12 percent proportion.
We envisage to broaden the group of partners in the next two years with engaged and committed persons who are close to the interests, objectives and ambitions of the organisation. The non-profit company shall be sufficiently staffed in its partnerships and management with four to six gGmbH-partners.
We also envisage to install a scientific committee and an advisory board in due time to the organisation accompanying its activities and giving input for the future development of the non-profit organisation. Such bodies function as advisories to the management and shall not hold participations.
Financial Risk and Stability Network
Martin Aehling is the Head and Coordinator of Financial Risk and Stability Network. He initiated the initiative and developed activities, in particular the Financial Stability Conferences. Before, he has been chief editor and advisor for a publishing house in Frankfurt. Prior, he worked as financial journalist, economic editor and author for several media and companies.
Jade University of Applied Sciences
Stefan Janssen is Professor for Corporate Finance and Banking in the Economics Department at Jade University of Applied Sciences since March 2014. He has been working for several regional banks before taking up a position as a supervisor at Deutsche Bundesbank Hanover where he worked from 2004 to 2014.