Heinz Haller Executive Vice President - The Dow Chemical Company; President of Dow Europe, Middle East, Africa and India Heinz Haller is Executive Vice President of the Dow Chemical Company and President of Dow Europe, Middle East, Africa and India (EMEAI). In this role, Haller is responsible for Dow’s operations and geographic strategies in Europe, Middle East, Africa and India. He is also accountable for Olympic Operations. He is a member of Dow’s Executive Leadership Team. Haller joined Dow in 1980 as a sales representative in Horgen, Switzerland and developed his career in several marketing and commercial roles across many Dow businesses including Emulsion Polymers, Specialty Chemicals and Chlorinated Solvents. In 1994, Haller left Dow and joined the mining and chemical distribution company, Plüss-Staufer AG (OMYA), as Managing Director, a position he held for five years before being appointed Chief Executive Officer of Red Bull Sauber AG and Sauber Petronas Engineering AG. In 2002, he moved to Allianz Capital Partners GmbH as one of the company's Managing Directors and remained there for four years until he rejoined Dow. Haller returned to Dow in 2006 to assume an executive leadership role in charge of strategy development for the Corporation. He was also named Chairman of the Members Committee of Dow AgroSciences. In 2007, he was named Executive Vice President for the Performance Products and Systems Division and Dow AgroSciences. He also took on oversight responsibility for Latin America and the Pacific area. He was named to his present role in August 2012. Haller is Chairman of the Dow Aksa Board and a member of the board of BioAmber Inc., AFG Arbonia-Forster-Holding AG, South Pole Holding, and the U.S. India Business Council. He also represents Dow on the Board and Executive Committee of the European Chemical Industry Council (CEFIC). Haller holds a master's degree in business administration from IMD, Lausanne, Switzerland. Heinz and his wife, Marlis, live in Zurich, Switzerland, and have two adult daughters.