Reiner Winkler has held the position of Chief Executive Officer at MTU Aero Engines AG since January 2014. His responsibilities include human resources, corporate strategy, corporate communications, and legal affairs. From May 2005 to December 2017, Winkler was Chief Financial Officer at MTU, serving as CFO and CEO in a dual capacity during the last four years of this period. A graduate in business administration, Winkler joined MTU in 2001 to become vice president, finance, human resources and information technology.
Prior to that, Winkler was managing director, finance/controlling at TEMIC Telefunken microelectronic GmbH. Previously, he also held senior management posts with Daimler-Benz AG and Siemens AG.
Effective January 2018, Peter Kameritsch has been appointed a member of MTU’s Executive Board with responsibility for the Finance and Information Technology division. Kameritsch has a university background with degrees in Physics and Business Administration and joined MTU in 1999. He worked in various management positions in finance, investor relations and corporate strategy at different MTU locations. Before he became a member of the Executive Board, Kameritsch held the position of Senior Vice President, Finance.
Michael Schreyögg was appointed a member of MTU’s Executive Board in July 2013. In his role, he oversees marketing & sales and program management in MTU’s commercial and defense programs, the activities ranging from production and spare parts businesses with OEM partners and military customers to the aftermarket business with airlines. In 2018, the MTU Maintenance locations became part of the CPO’s organization.
A graduate in mechanical engineering, Schreyögg joined MTU in 1990. During his professional career, he held several senior managerial positions, heading up various commercial and military engine programs, before assuming responsibility for all of the company’s defense programs in 2008.
Effective January 2018, Lars Wagner has been appointed a member of MTU’s Executive Board with responsibility for the company’s Operations division. In his role, he oversees the areas of technology and engineering, procurement, production, assembly and corporate quality. Wagner has a university background with a degree in Mechanical Engineering and an MBA. He was named MTU’s Executive Vice President, OEM Operations in July 2015. Before, he had held a number of management positions at various Airbus companies outside and in Germany, the last one in Hamburg.