Quantron appoints Beate Reimann as CFO; expands its senior management team

Darka Marquardt has been appointed as Director People and Culture and Donato Azzarone has been nominated as Director Quantron Energy. The changes are geared towards preparing the company for capital market readiness.

Autocar Pro News Desk By Autocar Pro News Desk calendar 04 Jul 2023 Views icon4513 Views Share - Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Share to LinkedIn Share to Whatsapp

Clean tech enterprise, Quantron AG, has announced the appointment of Beate Reimann as its new CFO. She takes charge on July 1. The company has also expanded its management team to include two more international members. Darka Marquardt is taking over as Director - People and Culture and Donato Azzarone is the new Director of Quantron Energy. With this strategic decision, Quantron has strengthened its expertise in the areas of finance, personnel development and energy while simultaneously positioning itself for the implementation of further global growth plans.

Reimann has over 25 years of experience in heading international financial organisations. Most recently she was CFO and Head of Information and Communication Technology at NSK Europe in Maidenhead, England. Prior to this, Beate Reimann had held positions at ITW, Avnet Technology Solutions Inc and Rolls Royce Power Systems AG, among others. She will play a vital role in preparing Quantron AG for its capital market and IPO readiness.

Darka Marquardt has over 20 years of experience in senior HR positions as well as in international HR management. At Quantron, one of her key points of interest will be internationalisation along with the establishment of subsidiaries in Europe and internal talent development as well as the internal talent development.

Donato Azzarone is a nuclear engineer by trade and has more than 20 years of experience in the energy sector ranging from oil and gas through to renewable energies, particularly photovoltaics and wind energy. He has developed, managed and operated several energy projects in North Africa and Middle East. At Quantron, he is tasked with onboarding H2 production partners and developing a European HRS roaming partner network that will guarantee Quantron customers Europe-wide H2 availability.

Michael Perschke, CEO Quantron AG said, "With three such competent experts on board, we are consolidating Quantron's position as a powerhouse in the field of sustainable mobility. The focus is now very much on the scaling and internationalisation of our business model, and we have now been able to recruit further top talents for Quantron for this eventuality as well as developing our inhouse talents for a global career in the cleantech sector and become an attractive employer in the Cleantech sector globally.”

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