Tania von der Goltz appointed CFO of Heidelberg

She will succeed Marcus A Wassenberg on 1 January 2023

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Tania Von Der Goltz appointed new CFO at Heidelberg

Heidelberg Druckmaschinen has appointed Tania von der Goltz as CFO from 1 January 2023. She succeeds Marcus A. Wassenberg, whose departure from the company was recently announced. The chairman of the executive board, Ludwin Monz, will assume the function of the labor director at the same time.

Tania von der Goltz was most recently with Fresenius Medical Care as senior vice-president of Global Financial Strategy, responsible for her company’s global financial strategy. Among other things, she initiated and led international value creation programs and, as head of the global acquisitions and investment committee, had a formative influence on the M&A activities of the DAX-listed group.

The chairman of the Supervisory Board, Martin Sonnenschein, said: “We are very pleased to have gained Tania von der Goltz, a highly competent financial expert with many years of experience, for Heidelberg. She will make a difference.”

CEO Ludwin Monz said, “I am very much looking forward to working with Tania von der Goltz. Together we will drive the strategic realignment, financial strengthening, and cultural transformation of Heidelberg that we have started.”

Tania von der Goltz commented on her appointment, “I am extremely excited about my new role at Heidelberg, to work with the Executive Board and employees to help shape the path we have taken towards sustainable value growth. I would like to thank the Supervisory Board for its trust sincerely.”

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