Osram Appoints Kathrin Dahnke as CFO

The supervisory board of Osram Licht AG has appointed Kathrin Dahnke (59) as a member of the management board. Effective April 16, she became responsible for the financial business of the high-tech company. Dahnke was most recently a member of the management board of the Neuss-based conglomerate Werhahn KG, which operates in the fields of building materials, consumer goods and financial services.

Kathrin Dahnke (Source: Osram)

“Kathrin Dahnke has extensive experience with medium-sized as well as listed companies in transformation. She has gained great recognition in the industry as a versatile and crisis-tested financial manager and supervisory board member,” said Peter Bauer, chairman of the supervisory board of Osram Licht AG. “We are delighted that she is taking on the continuing challenges facing our company with her proven financial expertise.”

She succeeds Ingo Bank (51), who moves to AMS as chief financial officer on May 1. In her career to date, the business graduate has worked in various industries, including Beiersdorf AG, Westdeutsche Landesbank and the former Gildemeister AG, always with a clear focus on the financial sector. Through her membership in the supervisory boards of Fraport AG, B. Braun SE and Knorr-Bremse AG, she also brings extensive and comprehensive industry knowledge to her new position. (Source: Osram)

Further reading: Osram CFO Moves to AMS, photonicsviews.com, 11 March 2020

Link: OSRAM Licht AG, Munich, Germany

 

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