Posted 9th August

BSH Hausgeräte welcomes new CFO

9th August 2019 - 11:35am
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BSH Hausgeräte GmbH has appointed Gerhard Dambach as its new CFO, after former CFO Johannes Närger retired from the role and was replaced by chief markets officer Matthias Ginthum on a temporary basis as the company searched for a permanent replacement.

Dambach – who will start his new position on the 1st September 2019 – is currently CEO of Robert Bosch Italy. He is also taking up the role of labour relations director, and will sit on BSH’s management board with responsibility for finance and the North American region.

Dambach has worked for the Bosch Group since 1993, holding several positions including management roles in finance and controlling. He is also the current president of the German-Italian Chamber of Commerce.

“Gerhard Dambach has many years of international experience within the Bosch Group and great expertise in finance and human resources,” said BSH supervisory board chairman Stefan Asenkerschbaumer.

BSH CEO Uwe Raschke – who was recently appointed to the role – added: “Gerhard Dambach is a successful manager and seasoned businessman with many years of international experience and great expertise in commercial business management.”

Dambach said: “Being appointed to the board of management of BSH is both a challenge and a motivation for me. I am very much looking forward to the exciting task of helping to guide the destiny of this extraordinary company in a market that is undergoing radical changes.”


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