Exyte announces change of CFO

Wolfgang Homey has been succeeded by Meg Lassarat as Chief Financial Officer of Exyte

Meg Lassarat, new CFO of Exyte

Exyte has announced changes to the Executive Board. As planned and communicated, Wolfgang Homey, the previous Chief Financial Officer (CFO), left the company and Meg Lassarat is now succeeding him.

Soon after graduating from Texas A&M University with a degree in accounting, Meg Lassarat assumed management roles in globally active companies. She started her career first in consulting and then moved onto companies active in engineering and construction, including many listed companies.

In her previous role, she was CFO of the Louis Berger Corporation headquartered in Morristown, New Jersey. Meg Lassarat has expansive experience in North America, Europe, Asia and the Middle East.

Lassarat said: “I am thrilled to join the Exyte Team. With a strong global presence and reputation, I look forward to working with the entire organisation to deliver on the Exyte commitment to advance and improve the quality of life."

Georg Stumpf, Chairman of the Supervisory Board, said: “We are delighted that Meg, who is a recognised expert with vast experience not only in our industry, but also in listed companies, will join us at Exyte. We are convinced that Meg Lassarat will contribute greatly to the success of our company.”

Beat Fellmann, who joined Exyte in 2019, has left Exyte due to personal reasons. The Chairman of the Supervisory Board, Georg Stumpf, said: “We thank Beat Fellmann for his support in the last months and wish him all the best for his professional future.”

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