Petra Knab-Hägele (born 1969), with more than 17 years of consulting experience, is among the leading experts in questions of the implementation of corporate strategies in suitable management and control systems for top management and executive personnel in the German-speaking area.
After starting her profession in strategy consulting, Petra Knab-Hägele joined a large international HR management consulting company in 1995 in which she was a partner from 2003 on, acting in the most varied fields of responsibility, among others as a member of the German management and in the leadership of the executive compensation & rewards business division.
She has had many years of experience, in particular in the fields of executive compensation, value-oriented company control and incentivisation, performance management as well as sustainable (also stock-based) variable remuneration. In addition to that, she has headed large international post-merger projects focussing on HR management.
Isabel Jahn joined hkp/// group in January 2017 as Senior Manager. She is consulting banks and financial services providers in all HR relevant matters.
After completing her Master studies in International Culture and Business Studies at the University of Passau, Isabel Jahn began her professional career as a graduate trainee in the HR department of one of the German major banks. She remained as an HR advisor responsible for areas such as recruiting, staff development and internal staffing in various business segments and supporting restructuring projects.
In 2004 she moved to on of the largest Swiss banks. Based in Frankfurt, she held various technical expert and management functions in the areas of talent management and development, global HR projects, and HR principles and compensation. Since 2013 she has been an Executive Director in her position as Head of Human Resources Germany and HR Business Partner for Germany and Austria.
Isabel Jahn holds various additional qualifications, including Certified Business Mediator (Chamber of Industry and Commerce, IHK) and Systemic Consultant (Institute for Systemic Consulting, ISB).
Janik studied in Konstanz, Sheffield (UK) and at the Rutgers University (USA). He holds a Bachelor’s and two Master‘s degrees in the field of „Politics & Management“.
Janik gained practical experience working in the corporate organization department of a transportation company, in the corporate development unit of an engineering corporation and at a consulting firm. Besides, he was part of a student consultancy group and dealt with HR topics as tutor and academic assistant at university.
At hkp/// group Janik is involved in various projects concerning executive compensation topics.
Seit dem 01. Januar 2016 unterliegen die Unternehmen der Versicherungswirtschaft den Anforderungen des europäischen Aufsichtsregimes Solvency II (Solvency II-Richtlinie 2009/138/EG).
05. July 2018
Petra Knab-Hägele, Isabel Jahn, Janik Stützle
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