People: BASF SE (BFFAF.PK)
24 Mar 2017
Ms. Margret Suckale resigned as Member of the Board of Executive Directors at BASF SE with effect from May 12, 2017, a position she has held since May 6, 2011. In the company she has been responsible for Engineering & Maintenance, Environment, Health & Safety, European Site & Verbund Management, Human Resources. In addition, she is Industrial Relations Director and Site Director of Ludwigshafen. In 1985, Ms. Suckale started her professional career as Legal Adviser for Marketing, Sales, Contract, Competition, Antitrust and Trademark Law and Labor Law, among others, at Mobil Oil AG, Hamburg, Germany. Then, in 1993, she became Employee Relations Manager for Austria, Poland, Hungary, Slovakia and the Czech Republic at the same Company. In 1995, she was appointed Employee Relations Manager, Nordic, Responsible for Human Resources and Law for Denmark, Mobil Nordic Office, Copenhagen, Denmark, as well as Member of the Staff Redesign Project at Mobil Europe Ltd., London, the United Kingdom. In 1996, she joined Joint Venture Mobil/BP, Integration Team at Mobil Europe Ltd. Then in 1997, she became Head of Legal Division at Deutsche Bahn AG, where she served until 2004. Then, Ms. Suckale began to act as Head of Central Staff Units at Deutsche Bahn AG and in 2005 as Member of the Management Board, Responsible for Human Resources and Services in the company. In 2009, she joined BASF SE as Senior Vice President Global HR Executive Management and Development, also responsible for the human resources project Diversity + Inclusion. Since May 7, 2011 she has been Chairwoman of the Administrative Council at BASF Antwerpen N.V. Ms. Suckale studied Law from 1975 to 1980 at Universitaet Hamburg (the University of Hamburg). After that, she worked there as a research associate until 1985. Margret Suckale holds a Master of Business Administration from Northwestern University, Illinois, U.S., and an Executive Master of European and International Business Law from Universitaet St. Gallen (the University of St. Gallen), Switzerland.
|Total Annual Compensation, EUR||2,266,000|
|Restricted Stock Awards, EUR||--|
|Long-Term Incentive Plans, EUR||--|
|All Other, EUR||309,000|
|Fiscal Year Total, EUR||2,575,000|