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Tata Steel Europe says Henrik Adam to replace Hans Fischer as CEO

Hans Fischer to retire as CEO. Leadership changes come after Tata Steel's plans of a joint venture with Thyssenkrupp collapsed.

From left to right: Hans Fischer to step down from his position, effective July 1, 2019; Henrik Adam to succeed Hans Fischer as CEO from July 1, 2019; Sandip Biswas to take over as CFO of Tata Steel Europe from Jan 1, 2020
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From left to right: Hans Fischer to step down from his position, effective July 1, 2019; Henrik Adam to succeed Hans Fischer as CEO from July 1, 2019; Sandip Biswas to take over as CFO of Tata Steel Europe from Jan 1, 2020

Ishita Ayan Dutt Kolkata
Hans Fischer, the CEO of Tata Steel Europe (TSE), will retire from effective July 1, 2019, said Tata Steel on Thursday.

Henrik Adam, chief commercial officer of Tata Steel Europe, will succeed Fischer as CEO. He will join the board of Tata Steel Europe and report to T V Narendran, managing director and CEO of Tata Steel.

Adam joined Tata Steel Europe in 2011 as chief commercial officer, helping it to transform into a customer-centric organisation, the company said. Before joining Tata Steel, he held a wide range of roles at Thyssenkrupp, including CEO of ThyssenKrupp Electrical Steel. 

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First Published: Jun 27 2019 | 9:19 PM IST

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