Wolf Jürgen von Kumberg

Wolf von Kumberg is a member of the iPlatform Board and Global Advisor. He has over 30 years of international legal, compliance, conflict management and business experience. He served as Legal Director and Assistant General Counsel to Northrop Grumman Corporation out of its London office, as legal and commercial director for Sperry Marine Limited, out of its London office, as EMEA Legal Director for Litton Industries Inc., in Zurich, Switzerland and as Canadian VP Legal for Litton Canada Limited out of its Toronto office. Wolf has unique knowledge related to global business and the legal, compliance, regulatory and cultural issues associated therewith. His practise involved most regions of the World and included, private commercial, government and state entities, as well NGOs, community groups and other stakeholders. He is now applying this accumulated knowledge to the field of global sustainable investment, compliance, investigations, corporate governance, CSR, ESG and conflict management.

In his roles, Wolf was responsible for all international legal activities across EMEA which included corporate governance, developing a dispute management process, ADR and CSR policies, compliance guidelines and international disputes and compliance clauses. In addition, he was involved in drafting and implementing international compliance and corporate governance programmes and oversaw complex international regulatory investigations.

Wolf was involved in drafting, implementing, training and monitoring of all international policies and procedures. This was aimed at improving governance and addressing non-compliance to create a more robust compliance culture within these companies.
Wolf has served on the Boards of Northrop, Sperry and Litton entities outside of the United States and has also been active on the Boards of several NGOs including: past Chairman of the Board of Management the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, Chairman and then Director of the International Mediation Institute, interim Chair and currently Director of CEDR and a current Director of the American Arbitration Association.