Senior Vice President for Group Public and Regulatory Affairs at Deutsche Telekom AG
Wolfgang Kopf (53) has been Senior Vice President for Group Public and Regulatory Affairs at Deutsche Telekom AG since November 2006. He is responsible for Regulatory Affairs, Competition and Media Policy, Spectrum Strategy and Public Affairs. Wolfgang Kopf joined Deutsche Telekom Group in 1995 where he held various senior positions since. His previous projects include the foundation of Global One, mobile operator WIND, the sale of DT’s cable networks, market entry in the US and building up the Antitrust and International Regulatory departments at DT and T-Mobile. He studied Arts and Law at the Universities of Mainz and Speyer. He also holds a Master of Laws (LL.M.) degree from the University of London. Wolfgang Kopf is a Board Member of GSMA, a Member of the ZDF Television Council and a Member of the Foundation Board of the International Charlemagne Prize of Aachen. In addition he is the Vice-Chair of the BIAC Competition Committee at OECD and co-editor of two German Law Journals.
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