Mr Karl STOSS

Entry in the IOC 2016
Born 26 November 1956
Karl Stoss

Mr Karl STOSS

AUT

Education

Higher Federal Teaching and Research Institute of the Textile Industry, Dornbirn (Austria) (1971-1977); Master of Business Administration, University of Innsbruck (Austria) (1978-1983); Doctoral degree in Business Administration, University of Innsbruck (1983-1986)

Career

Assistant at the Institute of Industry and Trade, University of Innsbruck (1983-1984); Employed by the Vorarlberg Landesversicherung insurance company, Bregenz (Austria) (1984-1986); Partner and department manager at the MZSG Management Centre St Gallen (Switzerland) (1986-1996); Consultant at Österreichische Postsparkasse AG (1996-1997); Deputy Chairman of the Managing Board and Deputy Director General of Österreichische Postsparkasse AG (1997-2001); Director of the Managing Board of Raiffeisen Zentralbank Österreich AG (2001-2004); Member of the Managing Board of Generali Holding Vienna AG (2004-); Chairman of the Managing Board of Generali Versicherung AG and Generali Holding Vienna AG (2005-2006); Member of the Managing Board of Casinos Austria AG and Österreichische Lotterien GmbH (2007-2017); Chairman of the Managing Board of Casinos Austria AG and Österreichische Lotterien GmbH (2007-2017)

Sports administration

President of the Austrian Olympic Committee (2009-); Member of the Supervisory Board for the Winter Youth Olympic Games Innsbruck 2012; Member of the Supervisory Board for the European Youth Olympic Winter Festival 2015, Vorarlberg (Liechtenstein); Member of the Executive Board of the Ministry of Sport for the Project “Team Rio 2016”; Member of the Executive Board and Member of various advisory boards at the Österrreichische Bundessport- Organisation BSO; Vice-President of Österreichische Sporthilfe; Member of the Advisory Board, Bundes-Sport, GmbH; Head of delegations at the Olympic Winter Games Vancouver 2010, the Olympic Games London 2012, the Olympic Winter Games Sochi 2014, the Olympic Games Rio 2016 and the Olympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018; the Youth Olympic Games Singapore 2010, the Winter Youth Olympic Games Innsbruck 2012 and the Youth Olympic Games Nanjing 2014, the Winter Youth Olympic Games Lillehammer 2016 and the Summer Youth Olympic Games Buenos Aires 2018; the European Youth Olympic Winter Festival Liberec 2011, the European Youth Olympic Festival Trabzon 2011, the European Youth Olympic Winter Festival Brasov 2013, the European Youth Olympic Festival Utrecht 2013, the European Youth Olympic Winter Festival Vorarlberg 2015, the European Youth Olympic Festival Tiflis 2015, the European Youth Olympic Festival Györ 2017 and the European Youth Olympic Winter Festival Sarajevo and East Sarajevo 2019

IOC History

Chair of the Olympic Programme Commission (2019-); Member of the following Commissions: Marketing (2016-2020), Audit Committee (2017-), Olympic Programme (2019-); Advisory Board to the OM Unit on the Prevention of the Manipulation of Competition (OM Unit PMC), Future Host Commission for the Olympic Winter Games (2019-)