Many IT projects raise key questions, for example, in the wide-ranging field of artificial intelligence, says Renata Jungo-Bruengger, the Daimler board member responsible for integrity and legal affairs. That’s why the attorney wants to promote legal clarity on complex IT issues. Jungo-Bruengger, who is Swiss, has a law degree from the University of Zurich. She joined Read More..
Daimler has appointed Renata Jungo Bruengger as board member for integrity and legal affairs, succeeding Christine Hohmann-Dennhardt, who is joining the Volkswagen Group. Jungo Bruengger, 54, is an expert in international commercial law with 25 years of legal experience at various companies. She has been head of legal at Daimler since November 2011. “Renata Jungo Read More..
Christine Hohmann-Dennhardt says that, over the last four years, she has spent a considerable amount of effort creating a proper understanding of compliance among Daimler’s workforce. “That’s why we have highlighted the term integrity,” she said in one of her last interviews as Daimler board member for Integrity and Legal Affairs. Daimler announced this month Read More..