Election of employee representatives to the Supervisory Board

Tuesday, October 31, 2017

The supervisory board of the Securitas Holding GmbH – the parent company of the Securitas Group in Germany –, based in Düsseldorf, will be expanded from 16 to 20 members. The reason for this expansion is the increase in the number of employees. By the end of 2016, Securitas Deutschland had sales of around 800 million euros and 20.500 employees – 1000 colleagues more than at the end of the previous year. The listed Securitas AB, based in Stockholm, owns all of the shares in the Securitas Holding GmbH.

Last week, 184 delegates came to Dresden and elected representatives of the employees to the supervisory board, which has been formed and is to be expanded in accordance with the Co-Determination Act. These are the employee representatives who were newly elected to the supervisory board: Andrew Hermann, chairman of the company's works council from Berlin, as well as Brigitte Smyreck, representative for employees with disabilities of the Aviation segment at the Berlin airports. The following persons were confirmed in office: Bernd Eberhardt, chairman of the company's works council from Dresden, Dieter Heuser, chairman of the company's works council from Düsseldorf, Andrea Weber, chairman of the company's works council from Munich, as well as Uwe de Jong, chairman of the works council from Lingen. Erich Walch, Prokurist at the Securitas Holding, was confirmed in his position as representative of the executive staff.

Benjamin Roscher, Dieter Altmann and Eva Schmidt were elected to the board as representatives of the trade union ver.di.

The other ten members of the supervisory board are appointed by the shareholder. In its new composition, the supervisory board will meet for the first time on December 15th, 2017, in Düsseldorf.