With Heart and Soul
According to German stock corporation law, the German stock corporation LUDWIG BECK has a two-tier management and control structure consisting of a two-member Executive Board, and a six-member Supervisory Board.
The Executive Board
The Executive Board of LUDWIG BECK AG being the company’s managing body is obligated to serve the interests of the company. The Executive Board coordinates the principles of corporate policy and the corporate strategy, draws up the budget and distributes the resources. The Executive Board publishes the quarterly and annual financial statements for the group and the company and is responsible for filling the company’s most important positions. Furthermore, the Executive Board keeps the Supervisory Board informed of all relevant aspects of planning, business development, risk exposure and risk management in a regular, timely and comprehensive manner.
Christian Greiner | member of the Executive Board, responsible for purchases, sales and marketing
In 2004, Christian Greiner developed the Young Fashion concept U1 for Rudolf Wöhrl AG in Nuremberg, which he administrated as managing director until the end of 2007. Since 2008, Christian Greiner has worked as a managing director of the firm of INTRO Retail & Media GmbH. He also is the co-owner and managing director of Kreativagentur nuts communication GmbH in Nuremburg. In January 2011, Christian Greiner moved from the Supervisory Board to the Executive Board of LUDWIG BECK AG.
Jens Schott | member of the Executive Board, responsible for finances, IT and logistics
Jens Schott focused his studies of business administration onto the subjects taxes and accounting. Between 1998 and 2002 he collected valuable experiences in a notable tax consultancy firm in Munich. Jens Schott has been working for LUDWIG BECK since 2002 in the area of finances and controlling and has led the department since 2015. As of September 1, 2019 he is responsible for finances, logistics and IT.
The Supervisory Board
According to the One-Third Participation Act the Supervisory Board is composed of Supervisory Board members representing the shareholders and Supervisory Board members representing the employees, with one third of the Supervisory Board members coming from among the employees. According to the Rules of Procedure of the Supervisory Board, the principle of independence applies to all shareholder representatives on the Supervisory Board. Some of the member of the Supervisory Board hold, or last year held high ranking positions with other companies.
Members of the Supervisory Board
- Dr. Bruno Sälzer, chairman of the Supervisory Board, Supervisory Board member representing the shareholders
- Sandra Pabst, Supervisory Board member representing the shareholder
- Clarissa Käfer, Supervisory Board member representing the shareholders
- Josef Schmid, Supervisory Board member representing the shareholders
- Herr Michael Eckhoff, Supervisory Board member representing the employees
- Michael Neumaier, Supervisory Board member representing the employees
- Dr. Moritz Freiherr von Hutten zum Stolzenberg, substitute Supervisory Board member representing the shareholders