Airbus has appointed Dominik Asam, 49, to succeed Harald Wilhelm, 52, as chief monetary officer in April.
Asam, at the moment chief monetary officer of Munich-based Infineon Applied sciences, will be part of Airbus on April 1st making certain a easy handover with Wilhelm, who will stay in his present function till the annual common assembly on April 10th.
“We’re more than happy to have Dominik Asam becoming a member of Airbus as chief monetary officer.
“Dominik is without doubt one of the most extremely rated chief monetary officers of the German DAX30.
“He has an excellent skilled background and he’ll, little doubt, be an important wingman for Guillaume Faury, who will succeed me on the helm of Airbus subsequent spring,” mentioned Tom Enders, chief govt officer of Airbus.
As chief monetary officer, Asam will report back to future chief govt Faury and grow to be a member of the Airbus govt committee.
Faury, at the moment president Airbus Business Plane, mentioned: “I’m very a lot trying ahead to working with Dominik to proceed bettering our firm’s monetary efficiency.
“A finance knowledgeable with an engineering and large industrial background is a good alternative for this mission.”
On the similar time, Airbus has appointed Michael Schöllhorn, 53, to the function of chief working officer for Airbus Business Plane.
He’ll take up that function on February 1st.
Schöllhorn, at the moment chief working officer for BSH Dwelling Home equipment in Munich, will succeed Tom Williams, 66, who retires December 31st after 50 years within the aerospace trade, 19 of which have been in prime Airbus administration positions.
“Michael brings an enormous quantity of experience in digitalisation, end-to-end course of optimisation, manufacturing, high quality and provide chain administration – key belongings to transition our firm to the following ranges of manufacturing effectivity,” mentioned Guillaume Faury, president Airbus Business Plane.
“Michael’s management will likely be essential for the longer term success of Airbus.”
Schöllhorn can even report back to Faury who will succeed Enders as Airbus chief govt following the shareholders assembly on April 10th.
Enders mentioned: “We’re glad to welcome Michael, and we bid farewell to Tom Williams, an important character and chief each in Airbus and the broader European aerospace trade for a few years.
“Tom braved numerous challenges throughout his time with Airbus, all the time overcoming them in the perfect curiosity of the corporate and its prospects, and by no means shedding his dry Scottish humour.”