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Nordex hires new CFO following resignation

The OEM's chief financial officer steps down with "much regret" for the company, which has found an in-house replacement.

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After serving for four and half years, Christoph Burkhard steps down as Nordex' chief financial officer due to personal reasons. The resignation takes effect from late February, Nordex informs in a press statement.

"We very much regret the early termination of Christoph Burkhard’s service contract, which is done by best mutual agreement. Mr. Burkhard has contributed significantly to the successful transformation and reorientation of Nordex over the past four years. We would like to expressly thank him for his excellent work and wish him very well and much success for the future," writes Nordex Chair Wolfgang Ziebart in the media release.

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