David Bryson succeeds Eckhardt Rümmler as new Chief Operating Officer of Uniper
Uniper's Supervisory Board decided yesterday evening unanimously to appoint David Bryson (51) as a new member of the Board of Management as Chief Operating Officer of Uniper with effect from November 1, 2019. Eckhardt Rümmler will remain a member of the Board of Management until end of January 2020 and will ensure an orderly transfer of responsibilities to Mr. Bryson.
Dr. Bernhard Reutersberg, Chairman of Uniper's Supervisory Board: “I am very pleased that we have succeeded in driving forward the realignment of the Uniper Management Board and that our Board of Management has now been enriched with David Bryson, a very experienced and valued colleague from Uniper's workforce”.
Bryson, a Chartered Engineer who in 24 years with the British Army has successfully demonstrated his expertise in engineering and management, then worked for the E.ON Group for more than 10 years in various management positions, responsible for the successful management of the operational power plant business in Germany and abroad. He can look back on a convincing history, particularly in operational management including work safety, business transformation, and the leadership of multicultural teams. Since the end of 2015, Bryson has been responsible for the international operations of Uniper's asset business.
“With David Bryson, his extensive experience in the energy industry, his high reputation within Uniper, and his constant quest to improve and develop the operations of the business, we have found the best candidate to succeed Eckhardt Rümmler at Uniper,” said Reutersberg. “I wish David Bryson every success in his new role. At the same time, I would like to thank Eckhardt Rümmler from the bottom of my heart for his high level of commitment and continuous dedication to our company. Over the past four years, he has done a great job in building Uniper. I am very pleased that he has agreed to be available for a transitional period.”
Uniper is a leading international energy company with activities in more than 40 countries and around 11,000 employees globally. Its business is the secure provision of energy and related services. Its main activities include power generation in Europe and Russia as well as global energy trading. The company is headquartered in Düsseldorf, Germany.
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