Wiener Börse News

Gerhard Lahner (Vienna Insurance Group) and Rainer Borns (Volksbank Wien) appointed to Supervisory Board

(Vienna) At today's Annual General Meetings of Wiener Börse AG and its holding company CEESEG AG, the Supervisory Board members were newly appointed by the shareholders. The Supervisory Board is composed of twelve shareholder representatives. With the exception of two mandates, the composition remains unchanged. Gerhard Lahner (Vienna Insurance Group AG) succeeds Martin Simhandl (formerly Vienna Insurance Group AG). Rainer Borns (Volksbank Wien AG) takes over the mandate from Josef Weißl (Oberbank AG). Heimo Scheuch (Wienerberger AG) and Angelika Sommer-Hemetsberger (OeKB) will remain Chairman of the Supervisory Board and Deputy Chairman of the Supervisory Board respectively.


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