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Alexander Foltin appointed Head of Investor Relations; Dr. Jürgen Rebel assumes responsibility for Embedded Security Solutions within the Chip Card & Security Division

Alexander Foltin becomes Head of Investor Relations at Infineon Technologies AG, reporting to Chief Financial Officer Dominik Asam, effective 1 March 2018. Foltin will assume responsibility for the combined Finance, Treasury and Investor Relations team that will lead the communication to all financial stakeholders of Infineon: shareholders, analysts, banks, debt investors, insurers and rating agencies. Dr. Jürgen Rebel, who has been in charge of Investor Relations since 2015, was appointed Head of Embedded Security Solutions within the division CCS (Chip Card & Security).

Alexander Foltin (49) has more than 20 years of experience in leading financial roles. In 2004, he joined Infineon as Vice President Corporate Finance, took over Consolidation & External Reporting in 2012 and has led Finance & Treasury since 2015. He holds a degree in Business Administration from WHU Management School Koblenz and is a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA). Prior to joining Infineon, Alexander Foltin worked for five years at The Boston Consulting Group and subsequently in leading finance functions at two startup companies.

Jürgen Rebel (46) started his career at Infineon in 2000, holding various senior management positions since then. Rebel studied Electrical Engineering and Information Engineering as well as Business Administration at the Technische Universität München (Technical University of Munich), Germany, and at the University of Oxford, United Kingdom. In 1999, he received a Dr.-Ing. degree in Computational Electromagnetics from the Technische Universität München.

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