Christine 'Stine' Bosse is a Danish businesswoman.
|Alma mater||University of Copenhagen|
|Awards||Order of the Dannebrog|
Early life and educationEdit
Bosse gained a Masters of Law degree from the University of Copenhagen in 1987.
Upon graduation, Bosse began working for TrygVesta, a Nordic insurance agency, rising up the ranks until she became an executive manager in 1999. In 2003 she was appointed CEO, and in 2009 the Financial Times identified her as "the 22nd most influential businesswoman in the world".
The United Nations appointed Bosse as an Advocate for the Millennium Development Goals in 2010, and she left TrygVesta in 2011, becoming a professional board member and subject-matter expert. In 2015 she was appointed President of the European Movement in Denmark, taking over from Anne E. Jensen, and separately became the new Chair of the Board of BankNordik. She is also President of the Royal Danish Theatre, a Member of the Board of Allianz, a non-executive director of Aker, and serves as an Adjunct Professor at the University of Copenhagen in the Department of Operations Management.
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- Members European Council on Foreign Relations.