Marijn van der Wal MSc RA (1986) started at Amerborgh International in 2019 as financial director and was appointed to the executive board in July 2021. Marijn obtained a Masters Degree in Business Economics at the University of Amsterdam. After his traineeship at KPMG, he worked for several years in the audit practice of KPMG and Deloitte. He continued his career at iBOOD (part of Media-Saturn Holding) as finance director. At Amerborgh Marijn manages the financial and administrative organisation, in addition to his responsibilities as member of the board.
Edgar Mulder (1972) became a member of the executive board of Amerborgh International in 2012. In 1995, during his Political Science studies, he joined Unique International, where his responsibilities included location policy and the construction of the head offices. From his departure at Unique until 2012, he worked as an independent professional for various clients in the property sector. At Amerborgh, Edgar is, among other things, responsible for real estate and property development.
Suzan Kleijn (1965) became a member of the executive board of Amerborgh International in 2007. Suzan previously worked at USG People, where she was the Corporate Identity Director during its last four years. Her responsibilities included the art policy and the brand style development and implementation, following the relabelling of the USG People brands. At Amerborgh, Suzan is, among other things, responsible for concept development and identity.
Alex Mulder (1946) is chairman of the executive board and the delegated Managing Director of Amerborgh International and is, among other things, responsible for general affairs and finance. In 1972 he founded the Unique temp agency, the company from which USG People originated. Alex was the CEO and President of USG People until 2006. He was a Supervisory Board Member from 2006 until USG People’s acquisition in 2016.
Stef Collignon (1965) became a member of the executive board of Amerborgh International in 2011. During his English studies, Stef began a career in the music industry at PolyGram’s classical record label, Philips Classics. He later became Director at Universal Music, where he remained until 2007. From 2007 to 2011 his various positions in the culture and entertainment sectors included CEO of television producer EVA Media and Jury Chairman for the Edison Classical Music Awards. At Amerborgh, Stef is responsible for art, culture and media.