Zurich, August 17, 2015. – The Board of Directors of Conzzeta AG has appointed Michael Willome as the new CEO of Conzzeta AG. Previous acting CEO Ernst Bärtschi will once more devote himself exclusively to his responsibilities as Chairman of the Board of Directors.
Michael Willome (49, Swiss citizen) has served in various leading positions at Clariant AG, an internationally active Swiss specialty chemicals company, since 1997. In 2010, he took over responsibility for Clariant’s worldwide activities in Industrial & Consumer Specialties (ICS), a business unit which today generates sales of CHF 1.5 billion and has around 2300 employees. Prior to that, he had a variety of leading roles in Hong Kong, Canada and Turkey. Michael Willome graduated in economics from the University of St Gallen.
After a thorough evaluation of the various candidates, the Board of Conzzeta AG decided to appoint Michael Willome. His track record, management expertise in a global context and exceptional ability to handle highly diverse and complex operations were decisive factors in his favor. According to Chairman of the Board Ernst Bärtschi: “We are delighted to have found, in Michael Willome, the right CEO to help us move forward quickly with the transformation of Conzzeta.”
Michael Willome will take up his new position as Conzzeta CEO on January 1, 2016.
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