Henrik Falk has been a member of the Management Board of Hamburger Hochbahn AG since 1 January 2016 and its Chairman since 1 February 2016. Henrik Falk comes from the Berliner Verkehrsbetriebe (BVG), where he had responsibility on the Management Board for the Finance and Operations Division since 2008. In 2004, Falk, who studied Law, joined BVG as Chief Legal Officer, and from 2007 he was Managing Director of BVG-Beteiligungsholding. Before going into the transport sector Falk was a partner in a law firm in Berlin.
Helmut König, holder of a master’s degree in business administration, has been head of the Finance Division of the Hamburger Hochbahn AG since 2010. Before joining the HOCHBAHN, he served as chief financial officer of the Munich-based EPCOS AG after holding various commercial management positions at Panasonic AVC Networks Germany and was managing director of the Panasonic works in Peine and at a Slovakian subsidiary.
Jens Lang has been at the HOCHBAHN Group since 1995. He began as Head of Infrastructure, and was responsible in this position for the major construction projects of HOCHBAHN from 1999 onwards. On top of this, he was managing director of the P+R operating company. After gaining his degree in mechanical engineering, he did a management training programme at the Unilever Group before working for five years at Deutsche Airbus in the factory and plant planning division. He has been responsible for the Technical Division on the Management Board of HOCHBAHN since January 2014.
Claudia Güsken is member of the HOCHBAHN management board since september 2017. She is responsible for the human resources and operations division. The qualified wholesaler and account manager had previously been part of the Dataport board for five years beeing responsible for resources. Dataport is the information and communication service provider for public administration in six federal states. Prior to that she has been head of human resources at Lufthansa CityLine GmbH in Cologne.