Rainer Borns departs from the immigon Management Board. Borns is appointed as the Chief Financial Officer at Volksbank Wien-Baden.

  • Vienna, 30. Nov. 2015. In the past 20 years Dr. Rainer Borns, 45, has contributed substantially toward the development of the Volksbanken Co-Operative. Between 1995 and 2001 the law graduate headed the department for advocacy groups at Österreichischer Volksbanken-Verband (ÖGV). 2001 he was appointed to the Management Board of ÖGV, which he was a part of until 2012. 2012 Borns joined the Sector’s Central Institution’s Management Board at Österreichische Volksbanken AG. On the Management Board Borns was responsible for sector related issues, IT infrastructure modernisation as well as further development of a co-operative-wide sales controlling. Borns also significantly contributed towards the restructuring of the Volksbank Co-Operative that took place between 2012 and 2015. Since the beginning of July 2015 Borns has been serving as an executive director on the Management Board of immigon portfolioabbau ag, ÖVAG’s successor company.
    Dr. Borns departs from the Management Board on the best of terms and is appointed to the Board of Directors for the Sector’s new Central Institution Volksbank Wien-Baden AG, in which he will serve as Chief Financial Officer.
    Dr. Klaus Liebscher, Chairman of immigon’s Supervisory Board: “This transition is the next logical step after having devoted so much towards the evolution of the Volksbank Co-Operative. I thank Dr. Borns on behalf of the Board of Supervisors for his many years of service at ÖVAG and immigon and wish all the best for his upcoming responsibilities in the Volksbanken Co-Operative.”
    Dr. Stephan Koren, Chief Executive of immigon: “Thanks to his thorough knowledge of the Volksbank Co-Operative Rainer Borns provided valuable support to the board as well as the restructuring of the Co-Operative. I thank Rainer for his considerate as well as constructive input as a director for both ÖVAG and immigon and I wish him all the best for the challenges that lie ahead of him.”


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