BMW CEO Reithofer taking a board role at Siemens?

Rumors | November 21st, 2014 by 4
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German outlet Manager Magazin surprised his readers and the automotive industry with their latest reporting on BMW’s CEO Dr. Norbert Reithofer. According to the magazine, …

German outlet Manager Magazin surprised his readers and the automotive industry with their latest reporting on BMW’s CEO Dr. Norbert Reithofer. According to the magazine, Reithofer is set for election to the Supervisory Board of Siemens on January 27, 2017.

On that date the Siemens Annual General Meeting will take place in Munich.

BMW has yet to officially comment on the speculation.

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Norbert Reithofer has been with BMW since 1987. He has been a member of the Board of Management since 16 March 2000, and Chairman of the Board of Management of BMW AG since 1 September 2006. Under his leadership, the BMW Group became the world’s most successful manufacturer of premium automobiles.

2016 marks the end of Dr.-Ing Norbert Reithofer’s tenure as CEO. Unless the BMW Supervisory Board extends the retirement age beyond 60 years, Dr. Reithofer will need to be replaced. There were rumors in the last few months that an extension of his contracts is certainly a possibility.

[Source: Bimmertoday]

4 responses to “BMW CEO Reithofer taking a board role at Siemens?”

  1. Byronh.iphone@gmail.com says:

    To whom it may concern,
    I am writing to inform you of my satisfaction with the delayed supply of a BMW X4. I have ordered an imported BMW X4 (20ix) through Guangdong Yuebao Sales Service Company ( one of the authorised BMW distributors in Guangzhou China’广东粤宝汽车销售服务公司’ ) on August 5, 2014.
    Car number: WBAXW1103F0M42097
    Contract amount : RMB 552,000
    Contract number : 0022169
    Salesperson : Ms. Chen Chiyun (mobile no. 13926050703)
    Upon the contract signed, I paid RMB 30,000 as deposit and based on the contract, the agreed delivery time was November 2014. As of today, I have NOT yet received the car or any satisfactory answer regarding the exact delivery date from the salesperson Ms. Chen. I have also called the BMW hotline (4008006666) for over 10 times regarding the misbehaviour of the distributor since December 1st, yet the case was not followed up! This is totally unacceptable and severely harm the consumers’ interests.
    May I ask you to look into this matter not only on behalf of me but also on behalf of your company? I look forward to your early reply.
    Byron Huang (86)13826488600

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