Vienna, 5 September 2019 – In the course of the strategic development of the Trenkwalder Group, the Supervisory Board of Trenkwalder Group AG has decided on new management responsibilities.
Andreas Hämmerle (49) was appointed CFO / COO of Trenkwalder Group AG as of September 1, 2019. In this function, he is responsible for the Finance, Legal, Human Resources and IT departments as well as the coordination and management of several national organizations. Most recently, the graduate in business administration and economics was a member of the Management Board of the international MTH Retail Group, which unites well-known brands such as Libro and Pagro (Austria), Mäc Geiz (Germany) and Office World (Switzerland) under one roof.
A particular concern of the new CFO / COO is the strategic development of the Group.
“We roll up our sleeves and give Trenkwalder new impetus for the successful implementation of the strategic measures we have initiated. Together with the entire Trenkwalder team, we will continue to expand the Group’s product portfolio in the coming months and thus position ourselves even more successfully in the market,” states Andreas Hämmerle.
Michael Krottmayer, who previously held the position of Chief Financial Officer of the Group, is now CFO of Trenkwalder Personaldienste GmbH (Austria) and responsible for the entire DACHLI region. Michael Krottmayer will advance the shared service approach of the national organizations in the German-speaking countries and thus further strengthen their access to digitalized and operative processes and markets.
Oktay Erciyaz, CEO of the Trenkwalder Group about the changes in management: “With Andreas Hämmerle we have a colleague on board who will continue the successful path to become a digital HR full-service provider together with me.
I would like to thank Michael Krottmayer for his many years of excellent cooperation at Group level. I am very grateful that Mr. Krottmayer will now contribute his wide-ranging expertise at DACHLI level to the expansion of our cross-border shared services and the further digitization of our processes and products.”