Uniper SE: Supervisory Board extends Keith Martin's contract until 2024
07.03.2018 (www.4investors.de) -
DGAP-Media / 07.03.2018 / 16:23
The Uniper SE Supervisory Board today extended Keith Martin's appointment as Chief Commercial Officer (CCO) until February 29, 2024. Martin joined the Uniper Management Board on March 1, 2016 on a 3-years contract.
As CCO, the 49-year-old Brit is the Management Board member responsible for the global commodity trading and sales. He has extensive experience in international energy trading and the global gas business from previous roles at companies that include Shell, Gazprom, and PetroChina.
Uniper is a leading international energy company with operations in more than
40 countries and around 13,000 employees. Uniper's business is to provide a reliable supply of energy and related services. Its main operations include power generation in Europe and Russia and global energy trading. Its headquarters are in Düsseldorf, Germany.
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Issuer: Uniper SE
Key word(s): Energy
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