Porsche reorganizes its supervisory board for the IPO

STUTTGART (GERMANY), 23 Sep. (EUROPA PRESS) –

The German carmaker Porsche, part of the Volkswagen group, has reorganized its supervisory board, including new committees and reducing the number of members of the executive committee, as part of its IPO process, the company has reported.

Thus, the sports vehicle firm has decided to reduce its executive committee to six members, cutting the previous number by two positions. This body will be made up of the chairman of the supervisory board, Wolfgang Porsche, as well as Arno Antlitz, Hauke ​​Stars, Jordana Vogiatzi, Harald Buck and Carsten Schumacher.

In the future, Micaela le Divelec Lemmi, Melissa Di Donato Roos and Hauke ​​Stars will join the supervisory board, while Hiltrud Werner, Hans-Peter Porsche and Thomas Schmall will leave.

“The reorganization of the supervisory board is related to the planned IPO. We are pleased that we were able to gain three competent members,” said Wolfgang Porsche, who thanked the outgoing members for their “dedication.”

Hauke ​​Stars is a member of the board of directors of the Volkswagen group with responsibility for Information Technology, while Micaela le Divelec Lemmi recently served as CEO of the Italian luxury firm Salvatore Ferragamo and Melissa Di Donato Roos is CEO of the German firm. of Suse software since 2019.

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