Published On: Sun, Jun 5th, 2016

CFO Stefan Mäder To Leave SIX

Stefan Mäder, CFO< SIX Group Stefan Mäder, CFO< SIX Group[/caption]Group CFO Stefan Mäder has decided to leave SIX at his own request after six successful years. The successor to Stefan Mäder will be named by February 2017 at the latest. Until then, Stefan Mäder will continue as Group CFO in order to guarantee a seamless transition. Stefan Mäder, Group CFO SIX and Division CEO of Finance and Services, has decided to leave SIX at his own request after six successful years with the company. He would like to take on new professional challenges in addition to his board mandates. Stefan Mäder has been a major contributor to the financial success of SIX since 2010 as CFO. His accomplishments include the implementation of IFRS as the accounting standard, as well as acting as lead manager for important transactions such as the purchase of Paylife Bank in Austria and the sale of Eurex and STOXX to Deutsche Börse. Urs Rüegsegger, Group CEO SIX: "Under Stefan Mäder's leadership, finance and risk functions were further developed and given a strong international orientation. His work created an important foundation for the profitable growth of SIX." The successor to Stefan Mäder will be named by February 2017 at the latest. Until then, Stefan Mäder will continue as Group CFO in order to guarantee a seamless transition. Chairman of the Board Alexandre Zeller: "Stefan Mäder used his vision and enthusiasm to help promote SIX as an international company. The Board of Directors would like to thank Stefan Mäder for his strong personal dedication and commitment and wishes him all the best for the future."

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