Quantron AG has increased its Supervisory Board from three to seven members, with Klaus Schmitt chosen as the new Chairman. He succeeds Peter Haller, who will continue to serve on the board. Denis Muratov, Marc Niefer, and Marc-Peter Zander are the other newcomers. The addition of a diverse set of skills to the Supervisory Board assures that Quantron AG will be able to meet worldwide challenges in the best possible way in the future.
Klaus Schmitt has mostly served as an advisor and supervisory board member at numerous firms since 2021. In addition to his role on the Quantron AG Supervisory Board, he is also the Managing Director of the Andreas Haller Holding, which holds the shares of company founder Andreas Haller in Quantron AG. Prior to this, he served on the Board of Directors of a stock exchange-oriented corporation with operations throughout Europe for over 15 years.
Michael Perschke, CEO of Quantron AG: “We are pleased to welcome Klaus Schmitt as the new Chairman of the Supervisory Board and would like to thank Peter Haller for his mandate. Moreover, we are delighted that he will continue to support us with his advice and experience as a member of the newly expanded Supervisory Board.”
For more than four decades, Peter Haller was the only managing partner of Haller GmbH in the fourth generation, until his son, Andreas Haller, took over. Peter Haller took the post of Chairman of the Supervisory Board with the establishment of Quantron AG in 2019 as a spin-off of the Haller Group until December 2022.