The change in personnel at the top of the ÖBAG state holding company from Thomas Schmid to (interim) Christine Catasta and now Edith Hlawati leads to changes in the supervisory boards of the state-owned companies supervised by ÖBAG.
After her appointment to the supervisory board of the largely Mexican-dominated Telekom Austria (state share 28.4 percent), Catasta was now also elected to the executive committee of OMV (state share 31.5 percent), where she also succeeds Schmid.
“With Dr. Christine Catasta’s election to the supervisory board, parity between male and female members has now been achieved on the part of the capital representatives. With her proven competence and experience, especially in the financial sector, Dr. Christine Catasta will contribute her expertise to the supervisory board and thus a valuable one Contribute to the ÖBAG portfolio company “, announced the ÖBAG – formerly ÖIAG – in a press release today.
In Vienna, OMV shares were ultimately a marginal 0.06 percent lower at EUR 47.06.
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