SIG announces CFO transition

Marco Haussener to retire and be succeeded by Samuel Sigrist, President and General Manager, Europe

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SIG Combibloc Group Holdings S.à r.l. (“SIG”), one of the world’s leading solution providers for the food and beverage industry, announced that Chief Financial Officer Marco Haussener plans to retire in February 2018 and will be succeeded by Samuel Sigrist.

Samuel Sigrist, currently President & General Manager, Europe, will become CFO effective November 1, 2017 and will work with Haussener, who will move at that time into an advisory role, to ensure a smooth transition. Sigrist has been with SIG since 2005 and has also served in various finance roles including Head of Finance Europe, Director of Group Controlling & Reporting, amongst others.

Martin Herrenbrück, currently Head of Cluster Europe and responsible for the European commercial operations, will succeed Sigrist as the President & General Manager, Europe, effective November 1, 2017. Herrenbrück has been with SIG since 2006 and has served in a variety of capacities including Head of Cluster Asia-Pacific South, Head of Global Marketing and Business Development, and several corporate development roles.

“On behalf of all of SIG, I want to sincerely thank Marco for his 18 years of service and
congratulate him on his well-deserved retirement. He has been an outstanding leader who
has helped oversee the expansion of SIG’s international footprint and growth,” said Rolf
Stangl, CEO of SIG. “We are very fortunate to have someone of Samuel’s caliber and
background to succeed Marco. Samuel is a proven executive who brings a wide breadth of financial and operational experience to this role.”

“I also want to thank Samuel for his work in initiating and leading the European organization through several strategically important initiatives. As we make progress on these initiatives, Martin’s deep understanding of the European market will be key to our continued execution of the region’s long-term strategy.”

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