- Donatus Albrecht to look after the group-wide M&A strategy
- Matthias Täubl newly appointed to the Executive Board with responsibility for operations
Munich, July 17, 2018 – AURELIUS Equity Opportunities SE & Co. KGaA (ISIN DE000A0JK2A8) is announcing changes to its Executive Board today. From August 1, 2018, Donatus Albrecht will look after the group-wide M&A strategy of all business areas of the AURELIUS Group and will step down from the Executive Board of the listed AURELIUS Equity Opportunities SE & Co. KGaA. Matthias Täubl, who has already been with AURELIUS since 2008, will join the Executive Board with responsibility for operations at the same time.
These personnel changes are in response to the significant increase in the size of the AURELIUS Group in recent years, which now has operations as an investment group across Europe. Since it was founded, AURELIUS has progressed from being a local turnaround investor to a pan-European multi-asset manager. AURELIUS Equity Opportunities is the publicly traded investment arm with a focus on the acquisitions of companies in transitional or exceptional situations. The AURELIUS Group also operates in the Growth Capital and Debt Opportunities business fields.
Donatus Albrecht to look after the group-wide M&A strategy
Donatus Albrecht will head up the acquisitions and sales for all of the Group’s business areas in the future. Before now, Donatus Albrecht was a board member at AURELIUS Equity Opportunities, where he was responsible for the M&A activities. He has managed a total of more than 70 corporate transactions to date in his career.
Matthias Täubl newly appointed to the Executive Board with responsibility for operations
Matthias Täubl will join the Executive Board of AURELIUS Equity Opportunities, where he will be responsible for the realignment of portfolio companies. Matthias Täubl has already held various positions on the AURELIUS Task Force since 2008, responsible among other things for the very successful realignment of the Getronics group, which was sold in 2017 as the largest exit in the company’s history to date. He studied International Business Relations at the University of Applied Sciences in Eisenstadt in Austria and at Helsinki Business Polytechnic in Finland.