Executive Bodies of the Foundation

The Board of Trustees and the Board of Directors form the most important main executive bodies of the Foundation. The Foundation is represented and operatively managed by its Board of Directors. The Board of Trustees supports and monitors the Foundation’s activities, and also advises the Board of Directors in its work. The Board of Trustees can set up committees, including an advisory committee for the Foundation.

Board of Trustees:

The Board of Trustees functions as a supervisory board and oversees the work of the Foundation in accordance with its purpose. The Board of Trustees consists of at least three people who are each appointed for five years. These are representatives proposed by the nominal donors as well as persons who can contribute special expertise to the work of the Foundation, or promote the Foundation in a special way.

The Board of Trustees has the following members:

Board of Directors:

The Board of Directors manages the business of the Foundation and represents the Foundation in legal transactions with external parties. The Board of Directors can consist of up to three natural persons who also have a five-year term of office. Its members are accountable to the Board of Trustees.

The Board of Directors consists of:

Advisory Committee:

An advisory committee was set up to provide the Foundation bodies with support and advice. The Advisory Committee consists of at least three people who are each appointed for three years. Its members are persons from science and industry who possess specialized expertise and experience relating to the responsibilities to be fulfilled by the Foundation.

Current Advisory Committee: