Oswald appointed new chief financial officer for Alphabet
Business mobility and fleet leasing experts Alphabet has
appointed Stefan Oswald to its UK executive team as chief financial officer.
Mr Oswald has joined the business following the departure
of Albert Vissers, who returned to the company’s operation in the Netherlands.
Mr Oswald joins from the BMW Bank GmbH in Munich where he
was global head of asset risk for five years, responsible for managing residual
value risk worldwide. Prior to that, he performed the role of chief financial
officer for BMW Financial Services Switzerland from 2005 to 2009, followed by a
spell in the equivalent role at BMW Financial Services Scandinavia between 2009
and 2012. He spent an earlier part of his career as an audit manager at
PriceWaterhouseCoopers UK in London.
Mr Vissers, who previously served as chief financial
officer for Alphabet GB for more than five years, returns to Alphabet Nederland
B.V. in the role of chief financial officer for the Dutch market.