Candidates for new Signa supervisory board leaders announced

New Leadership for Signa Prime and Signa Development: Critical EGM Meetings Ahead

The upcoming extraordinary general meetings of Signa Prime and Signa Development are crucial for restructuring and reorganizing the supervisory boards. Shareholders must approve the trust restructuring and reappointment of the supervisory boards before any changes can be made. Wolfgang Hesoun, Michael Mitterdorfer, and Sebastian Schäfer have been suggested as members of the supervisory boards.

The proposed new board members for Signa Development include Christoph Schäffer, a real estate expert, and Michael Mitterdorfer, another real estate expert. Additionally, Wolfgang Hesoun will join the supervisory board of Signa Prime. Karin Exner-Wöhrer and Claudia Badstammer are also expected to be appointed to the Signa Prime supervisory board.

Meanwhile, there is significant interest in purchasing the shell of the planned Signa luxury department store Lamarr in Vienna. Over 30 bidders are reportedly interested in the property. Progress is also being made on the insolvency proceedings for the company, with claims worth 340 million euros filed.

Alfred Gusenbauer has recommended expanding the supervisory board of Signa Development and electing new members to ensure that both companies and their stakeholders benefit from restructuring and reorganization efforts. The upcoming meetings will be critical for achieving this goal.

Overall, it is clear that changes are coming to Signa Prime and Signa Development’s supervisory boards. The upcoming meetings will determine which individuals will lead these organizations into a new era of growth and success.

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