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Dietmar Heinrich

Chief Financial Officer

Dietmar Heinrich: Regional CEO Europe, Schaeffler Technologies AG & Co. KG

Curriculum Vitae

Dietmar Heinrich (b. 1963) studied industrial engineering at the University of Karlsruhe. After completing his studies, he began his professional career in October 1990 at Alfred Kärcher GmbH & Co. KG, where he worked in Controlling.

In 1995, Mr. Heinrich joined the Schaeffler Group. From 2001 to 2005, he held the position of Commercial Director at the company's location in Seoul (Korea), in which he was responsible for the Financial sector and for Purchasing, HR, and Information Systems. During this period, he managed the complete acquisition of the Korean joint venture, including the overseas sales activities with subsequent integration of the company into the Schaeffler Group.

In 2006, Mr. Heinrich assumed the position of Vice President of Finance for Schaeffer Group Asia/Pacific. His core tasks in this position included the integration of 20 companies and the establishment of three new companies in Asia/Pacific, the introduction of SAP at all companies in the Asia/Pacific region, and the setup of a regional Finance organization.

Mr. Heinrich assumed the position of Vice President of the Linear Technology Business Unit, based at the company's Homburg location, in 2009. Two years later, he was appointed Vice President of Finance for the Europe region (without Germany) based in Herzogenaurach, and his responsibilities included the establishment of a regional, Europe-wide Finance organization and the setup of the Financial Shared Services Center for Europe in Slovakia. From 2014, Dietmar Heinrich held the position as Regional CEO for Europe in the Schaeffler Group.

In August 2017, Dietmar Heinrich assumed the position of Chief Financial Officer in the Schaeffler Group.

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