27 April 2021

GSK Stockmann confirms Oliver Glück as Managing Partner

GSK Stockmann has confirmed Oliver Glück in the position of Managing Partner for a new period of three years.

The decision was reached unanimously at a virtual partners’ meeting on 23 April 2021. In a first statement, Glück was very grateful for the strong vote of confidence, now being expressed for the third time. He announced that he would continue to work for the stability and further successful development of the firm.

“We warmly congratulate Oliver Glück on his re-election and look forward to continuing our cooperation,” said Co-Managing Partner Uwe Jäger and COO Carsten Knoll, commenting the decision. “Together we have reached significant milestones in recent years. This includes, on the one hand, the economic success of the firm and the relaunch of our brand and, on the other hand, the increasingly strong international orientation of GSK Stockmann. This can be seen, above all, in the growth of our Luxembourg office and the increasing advisory activity of our country desks. Important topics for the future include the digitalisation of our advisory services in accordance with our guiding principle “Your perspective.” and increasing our attractiveness as an employer, as reflected in our good performance in the azur100 rankings, for example.”

In addition to his role as Managing Partner, Oliver Glück will continue to work with clients and will be supported in management by Uwe Jäger (Co-Managing Partner) and Carsten Knoll (COO).

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Dr. Oliver Glück

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oliver.glueck@gsk.de

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