Marcus A. Wassenberg, chief financial officer (CFO) of Senvion since June 2012, has resigned his position.
Senvion says Wassenberg is leaving the turbine company at his own request to take up a leading position in an international company outside of the wind industry. Until a successor has been identified, Senvion CEO Andreas Nauen will handle the CFO role.
Wassenberg has worked for Senvion, a wholly owned subsidiary of Suzlon, since April 2009. Before joining the executive board, he was responsible for the financial sector of the company as senior vice president of management control.
Tulsi R. Tanti, chairman of the supervisory board of Senvion and chairman of Suzlon, says, "Marcus Wassenberg made important contributions to the success of Senvion in the past years, and we owe him gratitude for that. We extend our best wishes for his personal and professional success, and we will stay on cordial terms with him."