As of 1 March 2015, Dr. Markus Krebber will replace Stefan Judisch, present CEO of RWE Group's energy trading company RWE Supply & Trading. This will be in addition to his responsibilities as Chief Financial Officer.
Stefan Judisch is leaving RWE at his own request. He has been the managing director of RWE Supply & Trading since its establishment and CEO since 2009. Peter Terium, chairman of the management board at RWE AG: "Stefan Judisch established our energy trading business from the very beginning and made it into the commercial core of the RWE Group. For me personally, he was always a great sparring partner whose ideas played an essential role in moving the RWE Group forward. I'd like to thank him for his outstanding contribution and his tireless work for RWE and wish him all the best."
Dr Markus Krebber has been the company’s Chief Financial Officer since November 2012. Peter Terium: “I am very pleased that Markus Krebber is taking over the management of RWE Supply & Trading. He has made a decisive contribution to shaping the direction of the company over the past two years and will continue to advance the steady global expansion of Supply & Trading.“ Markus Krebber came to RWE in 2012 from Commerzbank, where he worked in several management positions, the most recent being divisional director of Group Finance. The 41-year-old started his professional career at Deutsche Bank. After studying economics in Germany and the USA, he worked at the management consultancy McKinsey & Co. for 5 years. During this time, he also graduated with a doctoral degree from the Humboldt University in Berlin.
Two new members of the management board are Peter Krembel and Andree Stracke. Both will start working in their new role on 1 March 2015. Peter Krembel has been working at RWE Supply & Trading since 1999 and takes over the responsibility for the entire trading business in his new role as Chief Commercial Officer Trading. Currently, he is responsible for global trading in electricity and gas.
In his new role as Chief Commercial Officer Origination & Gas Supply, Andree Stracke will manage the global origination business and the principal investment and gas supply activities as well as the business activities for industrial customers of RWE Supply & Trading. He has been working at the company since 1999. From 2008 to 2011, he worked for RWE as the managing director of Excelerate Energy in Houston.
Alan Robinson will continue his responsibilities as member of the board of management and is in charge of commercial asset management. This function of RWE Supply & Trading optimises fuel purchasing, power plant utilisation and gas storage and transport rights for the RWE Group. Alan Robinson is continuing to work in a dual role, as he is also a member of the management board at RWE Generation SE.
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About RWE Supply & Trading
RWE Supply & Trading is the interface between the RWE Group’s operating companies and global wholesale markets for energy and energy-related raw materials and is a leading European energy trading house. It is the interface between the RWE Group and the global trading markets for energy and energyrelated commodities as well as the hub for all tradable commodities, in both their physical and/or derivative forms. This includes power, gas, coal, freight, oil, weather derivates, biomass, emissions certificates and renewable energies. RWE Supply & Trading is responsible for the economic optimisation of power generation and the entire non-regulated gas business of the RWE Group, including all procurement,
storage and LNG-related activities. Large industrial companies and trading partners are offered long-term delivery concepts by RWE Supply & Trading next to a trading-based portfolio management.
The headquarters in Germany boast Europe’s largest energy trading floor, complementing the network of additional trading floors in London and Swindon, as well as the subsidiary, affiliate and branch offices in Den Bosch, Geneva, Prague, Singapore, New York, Mumbai and Jakarta.