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Dr Bartl Wimmer to retire as SYNLAB Group CEO in April 2018
Deputy CEO Mathieu Floreani to succeed as Group CEO from 2 April 2018
Munich, 10 January 2018 - SYNLAB Group ('SYNLAB' or 'the Group') the leading European provider of medical diagnostic services, today announces that Dr Bartl Wimmer will retire as Group Chief Executive Officer with effect from 2 April 2018. He will remain with the Group as a Senior Advisor, a Director of the SYNLAB Board and as a significant shareholder.
Mathieu Floreani, who joined the Group as Deputy CEO in 2017, will succeed Dr Bartl Wimmer as Group CEO with effect from 2 April 2018. Dr Wimmer will work closely with Mr Floreani until the end of June to effect a seamless transition.
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