| Tobias Seyfried
The 51-year-old is likely to succeed the top manager, Wolfgang Hasson, who will retire from the group at the end of February.
one of the The most exciting personnel decision in Austria this year It seems to have fallen. On Thursday it was supposed to have been leaked who will replace Wolfgang Hesson at the helm of the Austrian company Siemens. The latter has headed the group since 2010 and is due to retire at the end of February (ledersent mentioned).
Patricia Newman takes the helm
Report a file now Delivery and the He pressesSiemens is said to have chosen Patricia Neumann as Hasson’s successor. Officially, the 51-year-old top manager will be introduced next week.
In any case, Newman would fit the requirements profile perfectly. From 2017 to 2021 she was President of IBM Austria. She left Austria in 2021 but stayed with IBM. Here she remains active as IBM’s data, AI and automation sales leader in EMEA, starting from their LinkedIn profile He appears. She could soon be celebrating her return to work as CEO in this country.
According to reports, there are still some contractual ambiguities with his current employer. Therefore, it could happen that Wolfgang Hassson will hold his position as president a little longer than originally planned.
GmbH instead of AG?
Reporting regardless of personnel decision Delivery And He presses Another change has to be pending at Siemens Austria. Accordingly, the group can be converted from a joint-stock company into a limited liability company. This, in turn, may result in a loss of power for the local Siemens subsidiary.
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