|Alguien dijo ...|
|Es más frecuente que la confianza sea generada por la ignorancia que por el conocimiento: son los que conocen poco y no los que conocen mucho, los que afirman tan positivamente que este o aquel problema nunca será solucionado por la ciencia. |
Charles Darwin (1809-1892).
|Personnel Changes at Infineon|
Germany – Effective October 1, 2005, Ulrich Pelzer (32), previously Senior Analyst for semiconductors and
semiconductor equipment at the investment bank Lehman Brothers in London, will assume responsibility for Investor
Relations at Infineon Technologies AG. Also from September 1, Dr. Erk Thorsten Heyen (39), until recently head of
the Secure Mobile Solutions Business Group, will assume responsibility for Corporate Strategy and Mergers &
Acquisitions. The current Head of Corporate Strategy, Investor Relations and Mergers & Acquisitions, Dominik Asam
(36), is moving at his own request to the Managing Board of Siemens Financial Services.
and Economics graduate Ulrich Pelzer has been a Senior Analyst at the international investment bank Lehman Brothers
in London since August 2000, with responsibility for the semiconductor and semiconductor equipment sectors. He began
his career in July 1997 at BHF Bank AG in Frankfurt am Main, where, among others, he was Financial Analyst
responsible for the IT market. During this time, Pelzer participated in the IPOs for several companies.
Physics graduate Dr. Erk Thorsten Heyen joined Infineon in September 2003 and assumed global responsibility
for the Secure Mobile Solutions Business Group. From 2001 to 2003, Heyen was CEO at Unit.Net AG. He began his career
in 1992 at McKinsey&Company as a Member of the Telecommunication Practice, and from 1996 to 2001 held various
managerial posts within Bertelsmann AG, including CFO, General Manager and in Corporate Development.
Dominik Asam has been Head of Investor Relations, Mergers & Acquisitions and Corporate Ventures at Infineon
since September 2003. Since January 2005, he has also been responsible for Corporate Strategy. In his two years at
the company, Asam has made an essential contribution to Infineon's strategic development and substantially improved
communications with the capital markets. Prior to moving to Infineon, Asam was at Goldman Sachs from 1996 in the
Investment Banking Division in Frankfurt, New York and most recently London, where he was responsible from 2000 as
Executive Director for investment banking for semiconductor companies in Europe.
Lunes, 25 Julio, 2005 - 05:27