• loves to bike
  • since November 2014 with KuK
  • Fortuna Düsseldorf season ticket holder

Iver Thomsen, Head of Finance




How are you?

 Quite good.
What did you want to be when you grew up?
What’s your biggest luxury?
To have everything that I need close by.
What’s on your playlist?
Anything across the board, it usually depends on my mood. I like to listen to Bryan Adams.
What’s your favorite vacation spot?
Down South in shorts.  
The best place on earth?
Here & there:)
What do you love spending money on?
For life.  
What talent would you like to have?
Pick the right scores for all Bundesliga soccer games.  
In retrospect, I would not again …
there is nothing I would change.
It drives me crazy, …
…. if the referee signals off-sites even though it wasn’t.  
What’s your favorite activity?
I like to do quite a few things: sports, going-out, biking and relaxing.  
What are your favorite bookmarks?
t-online.de, web.de and WDR2 
What’s your most prized possession?
My family and health.  
Who’s your favorite action hero?
What do you value most in your friends?
That they exists. 
What’s your main character trait?
Three apps you don’t want to be without…
WhatsApp, Runtastic and Wetter.
I forget time…
… sometimes quickly and without remorse.  
Who wants to be successful in advertising has to…
… just keep at it.  
I celebrate my successes…
… with my wife and loved ones as well as anyone who participated in it.
At age 18 I wanted …
… to get my drivers license.  
At age 60…
… that is still so far down the road. I hope I will be healthy and enjoying life.
Money makes me…
… more relaxed and independent.
I seek advice…
… from my wife.
I tell kids….
… be curious, adventurous, brave and try out everything. Don’t have any fear, be self-confident and live in the here and now.
Berlin or New York?
What’s your favorite campaign?
Which campaigns dont’ you like?
What campaign of yours are you most proud of?
What was the most embarrassing moment of your advertising career?
? I dropped a small coke bottle on a child’s head while serving guests during my hotel apprenticeship. Nobody got hurt and the little guy was brave but the next time I came to the table he made sure to warn everyone: “Watch out! There he is again!” 

Famous last words?
All’s well that ends well.