Siemens appoints new CEOs for India, Singapore and China
- Sunil Mathur to head Siemens India
- Current India CEO Armin Bruck appointed CEO of Siemens Singapore
- Singapore CEO Lothar Herrmann to be new China Head
Sunil Mathur has been appointed CEO of Siemens’ Regional Company in India. Currently the CFO of the Regional Company in India, he will succeed Armin Bruck. Mathur has held a variety of positions at Siemens over the past 25 years. Bruck is moving from India to Singapore, where he has been appointed CEO of Siemens’ Regional Company in this country.
The current CEO of the Singapore Regional Company, Lothar Herrmann, has been named to head Siemens China. He will succeed Mei-Wei Cheng, who is retiring on expiry of his contract.
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