Progress-Werk Oberkirch AG

Supervisory Board

The Supervisory Board of Progress-Werk Oberkirch AG consists of six members. Two-thirds of the SupervisoryBoard is comprised of shareholder representatives, and one-third is comprised of employee representatives.

The goals for the composition of the Board and fulfilling the competency profile within the entire Supervisory Board are taken into account in the Supervisory Board’s proposals to the Annual General Meeting for the election of Supervisory Board members.

Karl M. Schmidhuber, Alzenau

Chairman of the Supervisory Board since 31 May 2016

Former Chairman of the Management Board of Progress-Werk Oberkirch AG, Oberkirch  

 

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Dr. Georg Hengstberger, Tübingen

Deputy Chairman of the Supervisory Board since 23 May 2018; Member of the Supervisory Board since 22 May 2013

Master's Degree in Mathematics, Managing Director of Consult Invest Beteiligungsberatungs-GmbH, Böblingen 

 

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Carsten Claus, Aidlingen

Member of the Supervisory Board since 23 May 2018

Former Chairman of the Management Board of Kreissparkasse Böblingen

 

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Herbert König, Renchen

Member of the Supervisory Board since 23 May 2006 (Employee Representative)

Industrial Clerk and Chairman of the Works Council of PWO AG

 

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Dr. Jochen Ruetz, Stuttgart

Member of the Supervisory Board since 23 May 2018

Managing Director/CFO and Member of the Administrative Board of GFT Technologies SE, Stuttgart

 

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Gerhard Schrempp, Renchen

Member of the Board since 31 May 2016 (Employee Representative)

Purchaser for punching and forming tools and member of the Works Council of PWO AG

 

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Dieter Maier, Stuttgart

Honorary Chairman of the Supervisory Board

Former Member of the Executive Board of the Baden-Württembergische Bank AG, Stuttgart
(from 1989 to 2016 Chairman of the Supervisory Board of PWO AG)

The Supervisory Board should be composed in a way that ensures it can provide qualified supervision and advice to the Management Board. The Supervisory Board's members, as a whole, should have the knowledge, skills and professional experience necessary to properly perform the duties of a supervisory board in a capital market-oriented, internationally operating company in the automotive supply industry.