Wolters Kluwer today announced the nomination of Mr. Bertrand Bodson for appointment to its Supervisory Board. The nomination will be submitted to the Wolters Kluwer Annual General Meeting of Shareholders on April 18, 2019.
Wolters Kluwer nominates Bertrand Bodson for appointment to Supervisory Board
Mr. Bodson is currently Chief Digital Officer and a member at the Executive Committee of Novartis, a global healthcare company. He is also a member of the Board of Directors of Electrocomponents, a distributor of industrial and electronics products. Prior to that he held various senior leadership roles running and transforming digital businesses for global market leaders like Sainsbury’s Argos, EMI Music, and Amazon. Bertrand Bodson began his career at The Boston Consulting Group and earned an MBA from Harvard Business School.
Chairman of the Supervisory Board Frans Cremers commented: “We are excited to nominate Bertrand Bodson for appointment to the Supervisory Board. His exceptional digital and managerial experience at global leading companies and his current role at Novartis will enable him to provide valuable insights and counsel as a member of the Supervisory Board.”
Following his appointment in 2019, Mr. Bodson will join the meetings of the Supervisory Board as of September 2019. On May 31, 2018, Wolters Kluwer announced the nomination of Mr. Chris Vogelzang for the Annual General Meeting of Shareholders in 2019. The current members of the Supervisory Board Mr. Bruno Angelici and Mr. Ben Noteboom will both retire after the expiration of their term in 2019.
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