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Hans Joerg Schelling

Former Finance Minister Schelling Appointed Gazprom Advisor

Hans Jörg Schelling, former Austrian Minister of Finance until December 2017, has signed an advisory contract with Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline three months after his handover. OMV is also involved in the project, of which he was the owner's representative as Austrian Minister of Finance.

March 30, 2018

Central and Eastern Europe's Financial Elite Gathered at the CEE Forum in Vienna

The 21st Euromoney Central and Eastern European Forum ended in Vienna today, where 1000 delegates from the region joined local and international investors to help plan, debate and analyze the economic agenda for the region for the year ahead. The vast majority of the delegates have a negative outlook for the year 2016. Only one of the participants expects that this year CEE will grow more than 3.5%.

January 20, 2016

Central and Eastern European Forum in Vienna next Week

The Central and Eastern European Forum - organized by Euromoney - is taking place in Vienna next week. 1,000 top level policymakers, issuers, and commentators from the region will join local and international investors to help plan, debate and analyze the economic agenda for the region for the year ahead.

January 13, 2016

Dispute at OMV Supervisory Board

Listed oil and gas group OMV and the state holding ÖIAG are involved in a dispute concerning a new executive board member of OMV. A decision is expected during the supervisory board meeting slated for Tuesday.

October 13, 2014

VBAG-Restructuring Proves Problematic

In March, the Austrian VBAG Banking Group became partly nationalized. A new CEO has not been found yet.

July 12, 2012

Austrian Health Insurance Funds Achieved Surplus

For the first time, all nine Austrian health insurance funds recorded positive result. In total, a surplus of € 291m was achieved.

May 19, 2012

Schelling Elected Chairman of VBAG

Hans Jörg Schelling, former CEO of the public accident insurance company, was elected supervisory board chairman of financially stricken Austrian banking group Volksbanken AG (VBAG), in which the state just got a 43 percent stake.

April 27, 2012