Changes in Roche Board of Directors
Basel, 07 December 2012
At its December meeting, the Board of Directors (BoD) of Roche Holding recommended proposals for approval by the AGM, scheduled for 5 March 2013. Prof. Dr. Bruno Gehrig (born 1946, Member of the Board since 2004) and Lodewijk J.R. de Vink (born 1946, Member of the Board since 2004) have announced that they will not stand for re-election to the Board of Directors. The Board of Directors would like to thank both Members for their long and valuable contribution to the successful continuing development of Roche.
Dr. Severin Schwan (born 1967), CEO of Roche, will be proposed as a new member to the Board of Directors.
|Name (year of birth)||Board member since|
|Dr. Andreas Oeri ( 1949)||1996|
|Prof. Dr. Pius Baschera (1950)||2007|
|Paul Bulcke (1954)||2011|
|William M. Burns (1947)||2010|
|Dr. Christoph Franz (1960)||2011|
|Dr. DeAnne Julius (1949)||2002|
|Dr. Arthur D. Levinson (1950)||2010|
|Peter R. Voser (1958)||2011|
|Prof. Dr. Beatrice Weder di Mauro (1965)||2006|
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