Funk: a family-run company – close to our clients for five generations

Around 140 years of success, independence, a mature corporate culture and the ability to think and act with long-term vision shape Funk, a family-run company in its fifth generation. In an effort to maintain Funk as a family-run company and continue to develop it along these lines, we rely on the consistency of our values and a strong corporate culture. We make our decisions with a view to continuity and the long-term strategies resulting from this, and we take responsibility for our employees and our clients. It is because of this understanding of who we are, as well as our reliability and our partnership with our clients that we have become the largest family-run insurance broker and risk consultant in Europe.

Even if the majority of Funk’s shares are held by members of the Funk family, we traditionally do follow the principle of inviting other entrepreneurial individuals to join the Management Board and also become partners, when they make outstanding contributions to the maintenance and well-being of the family-run company.

Funk is in its fifth generation and can look back on over 140 years of success. With a view to the continuity of the company, organic growth has always been a focus of the company strategy.

Funk’s shareholders therefore see themselves as guarantors for the stability of the company – for our clients, with whom we cultivate cooperative partnerships, and likewise for our employees. Long-term strategies and early planning of development steps maintain clarity and strength in the company’s development even during transition periods, and we follow the principle of unanimity for important decisions.

Funk is a value-oriented family-run company. The embodiment of these values and Funk’s established corporate culture begin with the partners and are passed on to the entire company through the management team.

Assuring principles and making unanimous decisions to maintain Funk as a family-run company in the long term and work together towards its continued success – our shareholders: (from left to right) Thomas Abel | Alexander Funk | Dr. Leberecht Funk | Yorck Hillegaart | Dr. Anja Funk-Münchmeyer | Claudius Jochheim | Bernhard Schwanke | Christoph Bülk | Robert Funk