Tengelmann Twenty-One KG is managed by an Executive Board consisting of Christian W. E. Haub (CEO), Ágnes Faragó (CFO), and Dr. Andreas Guldin (CSO).
Christian Haub is the sole managing partner of the Tengelmann Group and Chairman of the Management Board of Tengelmann Twenty-One KG. He is the founder and chairman of Emil Capital Partners, the US venture capital company of the Tengelmann Group. Previously, he was CEO of The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company, Inc. (A&P). He began his career in 1989 in investment banking with Dillon Read in New York. He is a member of the board of Metro Inc. in Montreal, one of Canada's largest food and drugstore retailers. Christian graduated with a degree in social and economic sciences from the Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration.
Andreas Guldin is Chief Strategy Officer at Tengelmann Twenty-One KG and responsible for strategy, corporate development and investment management. He is co-founder and CEO of Emil Capital Partners and has nearly 25 years of experience working with family businesses. Prior to joining Emil Capital Partners, he was Co-CFO of the Tengelmann Group, CFO of E. Breuninger and Chief Strategy Officer of The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company (A&P). Andreas Guldin holds a PhD in economics, graduated from London Business School with an MBA and is also a MA in psychology. He has taught as a guest lecturer at EBS, the University of Düsseldorf, and the HSG in St. Gallen.
Ágnes Faragó is CFO of Tengelmann Twenty-One KG, responsible for the Finance and Tax divisions. She has been with the Tengelmann Group for more than 20 years and has held various management positions in Controlling, Finance and M&A divisions. Since June 2016, she has been CFO at Tengelmann Warenhandelsgesellschaft KG. Before joining the group in 1997, she held various management positions in the SKÁLA-COOP Group, one of the leading retail companies in Hungary. Ágnes Faragó is a graduate economist and holds a MBA from the Budapest University of Technology and Economics.
The Tengelmann Group is monitored and advised by an Advisory Board. The Advisory Board consists of Thomas Ingelfinger (Chairman), Astrid Hamker and Carl-Thomas Epping.