Telekom Austria Group extends contract of CEO

Wednesday 27 February 2013 | 15:12 CET | News
The supervisory board of Telekom Austria Group has re-elected Hannes Ametsreiter as CEO of the group. His current contract was due to expire on 31 December. It has now been extended by three years, with the possibility of a further extension of two years. Ametsreiter has been the chairman of the management board and CEO of Telekom Austria Group since April 2009, as well as CEO of A1 Telekom Austria since 2010.

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Categories: General
Companies: Telekom Austria Group
Countries: Austria / Eastern Europe
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