Dominik Maurer appointed as new Ascom CFO

Aug 13, 2019

Dominik Maurer, a successful CFO with a solid track record and broad international experience, has been appointed by the Board of Directors of Ascom Holding AG as new CFO of the Ascom Group. Anette Weber is leaving Ascom in order to pursue new professional opportunities.

The Board of Directors of Ascom Holding AG appointed Dominik Maurer, an experienced CFO with a solid track record and a broad international background, as new CFO of the Ascom Group. Dominik Maurer (51) has worked for several international groups including T-Systems and Swisscom. He acquired extensive expertise in the entire finance management, including reorganizations and turnaround situations.

Dominik Maurer, who will also become a member of the Executive Board, will take full responsibility for his new position as of 10 October 2019. The current CFO, Anette Weber, has decided to leave Ascom and to pursue new career opportunities. The Board of Directors and the Executive Committee thank Anette Weber for her commitment and her valuable contribution. The Board wishes her all the best and every success for her professional and personal future.

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