|STEINHOFF INTERNATIONAL HOLDINGS N.V. - Steinhoff Nomination to the Steinhoff Supervisory Board
|15 August 2018 16:15
Steinhoff – Nomination to the Steinhoff Supervisory Board
Steinhoff International Holdings N.V.
(Incorporated in the Netherlands)
(Registration number: 63570173)
Share Code: SNH
STEINHOFF – NOMINATION TO THE STEINHOFF SUPERVISORY BOARD
Steinhoff International Holdings N.V. (“Steinhoff”)
Steinhoff announces today that its Supervisory Board has nominated Paul Copley for
appointment to the Supervisory Board for a period from Steinhoff’s next general meeting of
shareholders until the close of the annual general meeting of shareholders to be held in 2022.
Upon approval by the general meeting, Paul Copley will serve as an independent supervisory
director. Until his appointment, he will, however, be entitled to attend meetings of the
Supervisory Board and its committees in an advisory capacity.
Paul is a former partner at PwC. He is a UK chartered accountant and licensed insolvency
practitioner. From 2008 until mid-2014, he worked full-time on Lehman Brothers UK-based
broker-dealer, Lehman Brothers International (Europe), becoming one of the court-appointed
administrators in the process.
Paul left PwC in March 2016 to join Kaupthing as CEO and board member. Kaupthing is the
restructured successor of the Icelandic Bank.
Heather Sonn, Chairperson of the Supervisory Board of Steinhoff, stated “Steinhoff welcomes
the nomination of Paul Copley to the Supervisory Board. Paul has an impressive track record.
We are delighted that he has agreed to join Steinhoff and we look forward to his contribution.”
The nomination will be submitted to the General Meeting for appointment in due course.
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