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Schweizer Electronic AG (SCE.F)

Frankfurt - Frankfurt Delayed price. Currency in EUR
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Schweizer Electronic AG

Einsteinstrasse 10
Schramberg 78713
49 7422 512 0

IndustryElectronic Components
Full-time employees981

Key executives

NameTitlePayExercisedYear born
Mr. Nicolas-Fabian SchweizerChairman of the Exec. Board, CEO & CTO581kN/A1975
Mr. Marc BunzDeputy Chairman of the Exec. Board & CFO568kN/A1965
Dr. Dirk RisselGen. CounselN/AN/AN/A
Ms. Christina BlakeHead of Media & CommunicationsN/AN/AN/A
Mr. Thomas RallHead of SalesN/AN/AN/A
Mr. Dirk GennermannHead of MarketingN/AN/AN/A
Mr. Martin GrafHead of HR GermanyN/AN/AN/A
Mr. Christian RössleVP Sales & Marketing and Director of Embedding/SystemsN/AN/AN/A
Mr. Jochen KeidelHead of Quality ManagementN/AN/AN/A
Ms. Angelika SchulerHead of Customer Service & Key Account Mang.N/AN/AN/A
Amounts are as of 31 December 2020, and compensation values are for the last fiscal year ending on that date. Pay includes salary, bonuses, etc. Exercised is the value of options exercised during the fiscal year. Currency in EUR.


Schweizer Electronic AG, together with its subsidiaries, develops, produces, and distributes printed circuit boards (PCBs) worldwide. The company offers power electronics, including inlay, heavy copper, CU-IMS, combi, p2 pack embedding 48V boards. It also provides logic circuits, such as multilayer, HDI, mpedance, R4 Flex, and bond PCBs; and high frequency and sensor technologies comprising RF 6-24 GHz, RF 77 GHz, and embedded antenna PCBs. It serves automotive, aviation, industrial, medical, communication, and computing sectors. Schweizer Electronic AG was founded in 1849 and is headquartered in Schramberg, Germany.

Corporate governance

Schweizer Electronic AG’s ISS governance QualityScore as of N/A is N/A. The pillar scores are Audit: N/A; Board: N/A; Shareholder rights: N/A; Compensation: N/A.

Corporate governance scores courtesy of Institutional Shareholder Services (ISS). Scores indicate decile rank relative to index or region. A decile score of 1 indicates lower governance risk, while 10 indicates higher governance risk.